Federal agents arrested 21 illegal immigrant workers early Monday morning at a Honokowai condominium construction site, the second such raid at the same site in a little more than a month, according to U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials.
The arrests were for "administrative immigration violations," particularly for entering the country without authorization, said agency Special Agent in Charge Wayne Wills.
The workers were at the Honua Kai project site where 23 alien workers from three different companies were taken into custody on Aug. 20.
In case the dolphin idea doesn't fly (swim?), perhaps the Washington imperialists can erect a giant wall around the island chain. It would help with tsunami deflection. Kupua forbid Congress actually pass legislation that brings these workers out of the shadows...