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What do you think of this story Quint woman who faked pregnancy in federal custody?

Federal immigration agents have taken custody of the Virgin Island woman investigators say faked a quintuple pregnancy to trick people out of more than $ 1,000 in cash and gifts. Nancy Cantu pleaded guilty last week to obtaining goods under false pretenses. The Island Packet of Hilton Head Island reported the woman's name is really Erika Nieves-Abrigo. director of the Beaufort County jail says Phil foot was released on the grounds of fraud on the basis of seniority and more delivery agents Immigration and Customs. Foot says she was taken to a downtown Charleston, which will be held during immigration proceedings, which could result in his being deported to Mexico. Cantu and Juan Salvador Solis said she was pregnant with quintuplets in December and received gifts and donations. Solis is awaiting trial.http: / / www.wsav.com/midatlantic/sav/news.apx.-content-articles-SAV-2008-10-28-0007.html

Anyone violating the immigration laws has contempt for the law can not be expected to respect all other laws. These two have a long history obvioiusly Fraud, fraud, deceit, etc. Keep Up, Riot! Things I love to dig. Pretending Quints! LOL.

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