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Friday, September 29, 2006

Important Illegal Alien court cases to watch!

HOLLIDAYSBURG —9/29/06 The mother of a man killed in a triple homicide last year plans to sue the federal government for $100 million, court documents state.

Sandra Miller of Altoona is the mother of Stephen Heiss, who died Aug. 28, 2005.

Miguel Padilla was convicted and received death sentences this month for killing Alfred Mignogna, owner of the United Veterans Association building; Fredrick Rickabaugh Sr., UVA doorman; and Heiss, a patron.

The jury wasn’t told that Padilla is an illegal alien. [snip]

A victory!!

Carpet plant accused of illegal hires can be sued

The Associated Press

Published: September 28, 2006
ATLANTA A federal appeals court ruled Thursday that one of the world's largest carpet makers can be sued under racketeering laws over allegations of hiring thousands of illegal immigrants and depressing wages.
The U.S. 11th Circuit Court of Appeals issued its ruling against Dalton, Georgia-based Mohawk Industries. The case was argued before the U.S. Supreme Court in April, but was sent back to the Atlanta-based appellate court for reconsideration in June.
Lawyers for the former and current Mohawk workers said they will now move forward with pursuing a class-action lawsuit against the company, which is the second-largest carpet and rug manufacturer in the United States and has over 30,000 employees.
"It's a huge victory," lead attorney Harry Foster said from his Chicago office.
The workers involved in the lawsuit claim they received lower wages than workers at other companies in the Dalton area, which is known as the "Carpet Capital of the World" and home to carpet plants for Shaw Industries, Interface and other companies.
"Other companies in the area not hiring illegal workers pay significantly more," Foster claimed. [snip]

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