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April 26, 07

NEWS / Feds crack alleged fake document business

WASHINGTON ó Federal agents charged 22 people with operating a massive fake document business in Chicago that they say provided thousands of illegal aliens with fake immigration papers, drivers licenses and other documents.
An indictment unsealed Wednesday says the Chicago branch of a Mexican crime family produced more than 15,000 bogus identification documents each year since 2003.

U.S. Rep. Luis Gutierrez, D-Ill., who represents the community where the raid took place, called it "an outrage and completely excessive."

"It only served to frighten and intimidate a vulnerable community and to drive a wedge between law enforcement and immigrants," Gutierrez said in a statement.

U.S. Attorney Patrick Fitzgerald at a news conference insisted that the federal prosecution was "not motivated by anything else other than enforcing the law."

By Donna Leinwand, USA TODAY

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