How Much Influence Does the Mexican Consul Have With Arkansas Attorney General???

by Pam Manard, Women's Action Group

"Anytime someone is issuing fake ID cards to illegal immigrants the attorney general's office is concerned," McDaniel said in a news release. This statement was made concerning the suit our Attorney General filed against a Jonesboro company for allegedly offering fake driver's licenses to Hispanics in northeastern Arkansas. (See excerpts below)  The rumor, note I said rumor, in Little Rock is that the  Mexican Consul asked the Attorney General to get involved in that situation to protect the illegal aliens. The statement above and the AG's action  though are fact according to the newspaper.  Some say that the Consul was getting ripped off because they provide authentic licenses to illegal aliens, so they were being short changed.   We do believe the Attorney General should file suit against ALL illegal activity, but we wish he would be just as diligent to act against the illegality of the illegal aliens who broke the law coming to the US. Perhaps he could be just as diligent in searching out the coyotes who are defrauding the illegal aliens as well as breaking our laws bringing the illegal aliens into Arkansas. 

AG sues company, alleges sale of fake driver's licenses
Friday, Aug 31, 2007
http://www.arkansasnews.com/archive/2007/08/31/News/343218.html
Arkansas News Bureau

LITTLE ROCK - The state attorney general's office filed a lawsuit Thursday against a Jonesboro company for allegedly offering fake driver's licenses to Hispanics in northeastern Arkansas.

The company, according to the lawsuit, illegally offered international driver's licenses or documents, despite having no authority to offer such a document.

"Anytime someone is issuing fake ID cards to illegal immigrants the attorney general's office is concerned," McDaniel said in a news release. [Wish he had such concern for legal citizens who have complaints about illegal actions by immigrants. And again isn't the Mexican consulate encouraging and assisting illegal aliens to stay in this country which is a criminal offense.]

International Automovil Association was selling the licenses for $140 each. Legitimate International Driver's Documents cost less than $20.

Pam Manard

Women's Action Group

wpaagorg@gmail.com