Three waste-management supervisors were sentenced to prison in Houston, Texas after hiring more than 10 illegal aliens. They have been charged with the conspiracy to encourage and induce migrants to enter and live inside the United States. Federal agents have released information that two of the men behind the illegal hiring conspiracy are Salvadorian in origin, but the third man is a United States citizen. Shame on him!
The conspiracy started in 2012 when 10 men were fired because they were undocumented and in the country illegally, which is the right thing to do. They quickly flipped after that, and encouraged the workers to take on identities of United States Citizens or of other people who legally had the right to work, telling them to come back if they got ‘good papers.’
Also, the jury found the defendants encouraged and induced illegal aliens to enter the country without documentation and to reside in the U.S. Finally; the jury convicted the two men on charges of aggravated identity theft–a separate offense that carries a sentence of two years which runs consecutive to any other sentencing. Ceasar Santiago Arroyo, 51, a Houston resident and U.S. citizen, pleaded guilty on March 31 to the conspiracy. He served as a district operations manager for Waste Management.
Rudy and Israel Martinez worked for Waste Management in supervisory or management capacities. Rudy served as a commercial route manager while Israel served as a lead driver in residential operations. They told the illegal aliens they could return if the obtained “good papers” showing the identity of other individuals, according to court documents obtained by Breitbart Texas. The defendants re-hired the illegal aliens under the assumed names. The victims of the identity theft had no knowledge of their identities being stolen. The conspirators entered the false information in the payroll system and issued a paycheck to the illegal workers.