When investigators searched a man’s luggage, they arrested him because he admitted that he was presumably trying to help undocumented immigrants to work illegally in the United States, according to a criminal complaint.
When investigators searched a man’s luggage, they arrested him because he admitted that he was presumably trying to help undocumented immigrants to work illegally in the United States, according to a criminal complaint. Logan Riely Miami Herald File
When investigators searched a man’s luggage, they arrested him because he admitted that he was presumably trying to help undocumented immigrants to work illegally in the United States, according to a criminal complaint. Logan Riely Miami Herald File

Nervous flier interrogated, and then he fesses up

August 29, 2016 04:35 PM

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