Man wanted ICE to target competitors, is charged with harboring invaders

Washington Examiner
A Fairfax County businessman approached U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents late last year, telling the agents that some of his competitors were employing illegal aliens in hopes that ICE would target those businesses. — But in the course of that investigation, court papers say, ICE determined that Taesan Won was also harboring illegal workers. He could now face up to 10 years behind bars. — In Fairfax, Won operated a “doumi” business called Honey, which provided female companions to patrons at karaoke clubs, bars and other businesses, according to a criminal complaint… Read More 

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