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Re: Fraud on the hook

Welcome to the state of immigration today. Illegal Mexicans are here killing citizens and there is no outcry, yet this bum raises hackles?
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Re: Fraud on the hook

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Welcome to the state of immigration today. Illegal Mexicans are here killing citizens and there is no outcry, yet this bum raises hackles?
If you know of any "illegal Mexicans" who have killed anyone on a sailboat, please post the link. Otherwise you should save this sort of stuff for a different forum.
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Wow. I hope they resolve it soon.

Couldn't they haul/confiscate the boat in order to get the money back?
Did you see the picture of the boat?
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Did you see the picture of the boat?
I believe I read it's a steel boat. So if not the value as a boat, then maybe the value as scrap along with a possible lead keel.

But since it is a foreign registered boat, I'm sure there is plenty of legal issues involved before it gets to that point.
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Re: Fraud on the hook

A lien on the boat might make it difficult for the Otts, and should be possible one way or another. Then if ICE came to follow up on their visa violation, they wouldn't be able to leave on the boat because it could be locked to the mooring. Nasty set of circumstances.
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Re: Fraud on the hook

Let's be reasonable folks.
Liens, taking possession and all that stuff takes a day in court, and a day in court takes months to get.

All you can do is apply pressure to the wound and stop the bleeding.
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Re: Fraud on the hook

Could we apply a tourniquet to Mr. Ott's neck to stem the loss of blood from his body to his brain?
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Re: Fraud on the hook

It's hard to keep reading about these people's treatment of their NC hosts.

It's surprising no one or group has had the wherewithal to see a solution brought about for this. I'm not talking about ICE, or other pigs either.
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That just sucks. Hope he gets justice.
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If he was American this would have been dealt with long ago. Illegal aliens are getting free passes.
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