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March 29, 2005
 
 

Illegal Alien Workers Again Caught At Boston Airport


"Massachusetts Port Authority officials huddled in a marathon meeting yesterday to examine how, for the second time since the 2001 terrorist attacks, undocumented workers obtained passes to some of the most secure areas of Logan International Airport," the Boston Globe reports. "Federal and state officials have faulted Hurley of America, the subcontractor that employed the 14 recently arrested workers, for not confirming their immigration status. Authorities have also blamed Hurley, which is based in Stoneham, for not closely monitoring employees who work in secure areas. Hurley officials yesterday defended their actions. 'As a service company CEO and owner, neither I nor the organization has the wherewithal to determine if someone is illegal or not,' said Hurley CEO Bart Munro."

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