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Wal-Mart execs knew about illegal use of cleaning workers

Source: Workers Independent News

Senior Wal-Mart executives were aware cleaning contractors hired illegal immigrants. An affidavit filed by the Immigration and Naturalization Service was unsealed at the request of an attorney representing more than 200 former employees in a civil lawsuit. In taped conversations senior Wal-Mart executives discussed the use of illegal immigrants to clean stores across the country. In 2003 a raid on 60 Wal-Mart stores resulted in the arrest of more than 200 illegal workers - many from Eastern Europe. Many of the workers were living in small apartments and in some cases sleeping in the back of stores. Wal-Mart maintains that officials for the world's largest retailer did not know of the use of illegal immigrants in stores.


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