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Documents: Plant owners 'willfully' used ineligible workers


AP
Immigration and Customs Enforcement
Social Security
PH Food Inc.
A&B Inc.
Homeland Security
Pelahatchie
PH and A&B.
the Clarion Ledger
Iris,’
PH Food uses Personnel Management Inc.
ICE
The Louisiana company


Huo You Liang
Osiel Avila-Parra
Jun Lian
YanJung Liang
Wei Bin Liang
Heather Carrillo
Iris
Victor
Salvador Delgado
Bryan Cox
Elliot Spagat
Angeliki Kastanis


Chinese
I-9
American
Guatemalans
Mexican

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JACKSON
Miss.
Mississippi
the United States
Iowa
Tennessee
Morton
Pelahatchie
California
Shreveport
Louisiana
authorization.“Carrillo
San Diego
Los Angeles

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Positivity     36.00%   
   Negativity   64.00%
The New York Times
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Summary

A summary presented in court papers says, “Carrillo said that she was looking for some ‘papers’ for ‘Iris,’ but ‘Iris wasn’t going anywhere because she was working with Victor (Huo You Liang) for a good time (duration of employment).’” It says Carrillo said she was pretty sure A&B manager Salvador Delgado doesn’t want it reported because she knew which of his employees are real and which are fraudulent.The agent then notes that investigators believe Delgado has also been embezzling money from A&B by adding fraudulent names and Social Security numbers to the payroll and keeping the proceeds for himself.The summary later says Carrillo didn’t fear Delgado and “she knew he was dirty.”The warrants state PH Food uses Personnel Management Inc. of Shreveport, Louisiana, to process payroll and perform some human resources functions, and that investigators believed the use of the company was an attempt by Liang and Carrillo to minimize their responsibility for employing workers without legal authorization.“Carrillo then stated that (it) is too much responsibility when a temporary company is not used,” is how the warrant summarized the conversation.Officials earlier stated that in addition to the seven Mississippi chicken plants, they were executing a search warrant at a Shreveport site on Wednesday.

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