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Response to Chimichurri (Reply #4)

Sat Aug 27, 2016, 09:01 PM

5. Encima, hipócrita.

This is the same guy whose wife's clothing boutique chain was busted numerous times for running sweatshops full of undocumented Bolivian immigrants; they even set one up inside a house located in a residential neighborhood to try, unsuccessfully, to avoid detection.

I might add that the judge who acquitted her despite the glaring evidence, Guillermo Montenegro, was made municipal Justice Minister and is now Ambassador to Uruguay (which many Argentines use to evade taxes, as you know); Montenegro's ex, María Labat, is now earning a 120,000-peso ($8,000) salary at the Workplace Risk Agency (while sacking 200 others).

Bolivians and ñoquis don't seem to bother them as much if it's to their benefit.

Getting back to the proposed detention camp, I'm also worried about the neighborhood residents. These are mostly working class people (google: Beazley 3860, Nueva Pompeya) whose home is typically their most valuable investment. Can you imagine suddenly having a detention camp next door!

That has 'zoning violation' - as well as 'human rights violation' - written all over it, and not just for the undocumented they plan to warehouse there.

Great seeing you again, Chimichurri. Matecitos!

P/S: Here's a video of the facility from 2015, when no one dreamed it would be used for anything other than its proper purpose:

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