(Waterbury, Connecticut) The owner of Diaz' Classic Driving School, Fernando Diaz, and the owner of Express Driving School, Henry Kruszewski, have been arrested for providing forged documents to assist illegal aliens in obtaining drivers' licenses. Each faces charges of forgery and racketeering.
State police detectives executed a search warrant at Diaz' Classic Driving School on March 20, the same day Henry Kruszewski, the owner of the Stratford school and Diaz' former business partner, was arrested on similar charges, police said.
Kruszewski is free on $500,000 bond and is scheduled to appear in Superior Court in Bridge port on April 3.
The investigation started in August of 2007 when DMV officials received an anonymous tip that two undocumented immigrants from New Jersey had obtained Connecticut driver's licenses through Express Driving School.
State police conducted searches of Kruszewski's property and found considerable evidence.
At his home they found pre-stamped, blank immigration documents; immigration stamps; and blank, pre-stamped and sealed Polish birth certificates, according to DMV documents.
At the offices they found blank or partially completed immigration documents, Social Security documents, more immigration stamps and more original Polish birth certificates.
Heh. Kind of makes me wonder
if there are examples of Hispanics using Polish birth certificates.
I hope the state police nail these scumbags and ICE gets in on the action, too! The key to cutting down on illegals coming here in the first place is to take away the "jobs magnet" and making it impossible to live here -- no driver's licenses, no welfare, no free health care, no anchor babies. Why wouldn't they come here?!? We're suckers -- they get all this "free stuff!" I hope CT residents call their state sen's and rep's and DEMAND they draft MORE tough legislation that will crack down on illegals.
If there is nowhere to run to, live, work, etc. they will self deport back to their country.
Posted by: April on March 31, 2008 12:09 PM
Tougher legislation is good but I'd swap increased legislation for increased enforcement of that which we now have.
Even our representatives who oppose drug laws still think it is their job to enforce drug laws instead of actively undermining our laws, such as they undermine immigration law enforcement.
Posted by: ken pope on March 31, 2008 10:27 PM