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20 still missing after fight blew smugglers' cover

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posted on May, 5 2006 @ 11:04 AM

More than 20 people are possibly being held hostage in Indianapolis by a cross-country network that smuggled illegal immigrants into the U.S. from Meixco for a fee and then imprisoned them for more money, police say.

All 23 were forced into a one-bedroom apartment on the Far Southside, where they were denied showers and fresh clothes and given one egg a day to eat.
The suspects threatened to kill anyone who tried to leave and told the immigrants they would be deported if they went to the police..

It seems that Indiana has become a drup pipeline from Mexico and now is an illegal immigrant pipeline from the same place.

So, $1,500 - $2,500 is the going price for the life of an illegal immigrant, huh? I have seen cattle bought and sold for similar prices.


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