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    Hundreds nabbed in immigration raid
    Executives, workers arrested in nationwide move against pallet maker
    NBC VIDEO


    "¢ Employers targeted
    April 19: Homeland Security launched a nationwide crackdown on employers of undocumented immigrants. And as NBC's Pete Williams reports, the targets weren't just the workers.
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    Updated: 7:40 p.m. ET April 19, 2006
    WASHINGTON - Immigration agents arrested seven executives and hundreds of employees of a manufacturer of crates and pallets Wednesday as part of a crackdown on employers of illegal workers.

    Authorities raided offices and plants of IFCO Systems in at least eight states, the culmination of a yearlong criminal investigation, law enforcement officials said.

    U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement

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    Hundreds nabbed in immigration raid
    Executives, workers arrested in nationwide move against pallet maker
    NBC VIDEO


    "¢ Employers targeted
    April 19: Homeland Security launched a nationwide crackdown on employers of undocumented immigrants. And as NBC's Pete Williams reports, the targets weren't just the workers.
    Nightly News


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    Updated: 7:40 p.m. ET April 19, 2006
    WASHINGTON - Immigration agents arrested seven executives and hundreds of employees of a manufacturer of crates and pallets Wednesday as part of a crackdown on employers of illegal workers.

    Authorities raided offices and plants of IFCO Systems in at least eight states, the culmination of a yearlong criminal investigation, law enforcement officials said.

    U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement

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