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ICE agent busted for harboring illegal aliens.

Think maybe she didn't understand what her job was supposed to be?!

"An employee of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement was arrested
on charges she allowed her Arizona home to be used as a hideout for
undocumented immigrants smuggled across the border from Mexico,
authorities said.Stella Peterson, 51, was detained Aug. 31 after
three migrants were found inside her home in the border town of Douglas,
ICE spokeswoman Amber Cargile told Efe.The ICE employee's son, Anthony Peterson, was also arrested.Peterson
performed clerical and administrative tasks for ICE's Homeland Security
Investigations unit in Douglas, the spokeswoman said."
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(NT) I bet a person could make some nice side money, too.
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Well, if it's depressing or contentious news, James will

find it. Whether it's anything but a single one-off case which indicates nothing but one agent's poor judgement, is another question entirely.


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more personal attack crap

from you. Also you have no idea if it's a "one off" case or indication of a deeper problem at ICE. Remember, Watergate started with just a simple burglary.

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(NT) And Ft. Hood was 'work related'.......only in your dreams,

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