WHISTLEBLOWERS NOT ILLEGAL ALIENS FACE CRIMINAL CHARGES
By NWV News writer Jim Kouri
August 3, 2010
“We live in a topsy-turvey nation and this story should anger all Americans. Suddenly our nation is prosecuting patriots while protecting lawbreakers,” said a former NYPD police officer and private security firm owner.
The Utah state employees, suspected of blowing the whistle on more than a thousand illegal immigrants living in the state, have been placed on administrative leave and will likely be criminally charged, according to attorneys from a non-partisan, public-interest group.
Last week a list of 1,300 suspected illegal aliens was circulated anonymously to various state and federal agencies as well as media outlets, according to a statement from the Washington, DC-based Judicial Watch.