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Indictment charges 7-Eleven owners with immigration fraud, identity theft

In one of the largest criminal immigration investigations and the largest criminal immigration seizure case ever, nine individuals who owned and operated 7-Eleven franchises in New York and Virginia were charged last week with wire fraud conspiracy, identity theft and running a “modern day plantation system” that forced undocumented workers to work without pay and live in unregulated boarding houses.