Wednesday, June 07, 2006

Good in so many ways

In Raligh, North Carolina - Construction workers plead guilty to illegal entry:
Six men arrested last month at Carter-Finley Stadium have pleaded guilty to immigration charges and are slated for deportation, according to federal officials.

Authorities arrested seven construction workers on May 23 at North Carolina State's football stadium, where they had gone to search for a fugitive.

An estimated 50 to 70 workers ran from Carter-Finley Stadium after immigration officers and two state Highway Patrol troopers arrived, according to the Raleigh office of the U.S. Office of Immigration and Customs Enforcement.

The Highway Patrol had asked immigration agents to help them in their search for a driver suspected of causing an accident that tangled traffic on Interstate 40 earlier that day near the Wake-Durham county line.

Hours after the stadium arrests, the suspect in the wreck was arrested in Durham and detained for immigration violations, Highway Patrol officials said. Reynalda Guitierres, 28, was charged with illegal entry.
Wait until the bleeding hearts get on this one. North Carolina is still paying for its years of lax standards for granting driver's licenses. Not only do they have an incredible number of illegal aliens, but also a lot of folks not overly familiar with the operation of internal combustion powered vehicles.