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Fake Documents In Kentucky

Published: February 11, 2009 10:29 am ET

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The Herald-Leader has reported that after a six-month investigation with U.S. federal immigration officers and local police, a pair of document-faking labs have been uncovered in Louisville, Kentucky.

The report states Kentucky Horse Racing Commission investigators began seeing fake racetrack licenses. Apparently the holograms on the cards were slightly off.

The article states that labs were found at a residence and a convenience store. There was also a mobile lab in a van. The labs had been used to make fake resident alien cards, Social Security cards, driver's licenses and other forms of identification. Four or five people are reported as being arrested on federal counterfeiting charges, and two illegal immigrants were detained and deported.

To read The Herald-Leader article in its entirety, click here.

(With files from The Herald-Leader)


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