Mack Associates Inc., owner of 11 McDonald's franchises in Nevada has been fined one million dollars for knowingly hiring illegal aliens and supplying them with false documents so they could work in the United States. Mack Associates pleaded guilty to the charges July 16, 2008. The company was caught with 58 illegal aliens, but I'm sure there are more. As the article points out 30 illegal aliens have left the country since the bust and the rest were allowed to remain here in the good old US of A.
You did read all of the above right, they actively supplied illegal aliens with ID and documents to allow them to break the law, yet there's only one mention n the article of a possible jail sentence for any of those who committed this crime. No jail either it seems for the illegal aliens who used the identity theft to obtain employment.
This is not an isolated incident. Throughout the United States businesses are doing the same thing. Why? Because as the article below demonstrates, you can make literally millions and millions of dollars using illegal aliens and when you are caught you only have to give back one million dollars and you're almost assured not to face jail time.
It is something that needs to stop in order for the illegal immigration crisis in this country to be resolved.
The company, Mack Associates Inc., knew the employees were illegal immigrants and had offered them names and social security numbers belonging to other people, the US Justice Department said.
The company pleaded guilty in federal court in Las Vegas to conspiracy to encourage and induce an alien's unlawful residence in the United States and aiding and abetting an alien to remain in the country, the department said.
The company's director of operations also pleaded guilty to aiding and abetting an alien to remain in the country.
And the former vice president of Mack Associates pleaded guilty to inducing an illegal alien to remain in the United States and faces a possible sentence of up to five years in prison and a 250,000 dollar five.
About 30 of the illegal workers have returned to their native countries while the rest were allowed to stay in the United States until the case closes.
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