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I May Live In Texas But My Story Began In Mexico Shirt! This is horrifying – Drug Cartels in Mexico and ISIS working the together! This is a story that I haven’t read before! Not only are drug Cartels and Muslims joining together to rip us off with Food Stamp Fraud – they are also distributing dangerous drugs like Heroin that is killing our children! They are taking advantage of our country’s generosity and kindness! Food Stamps a front for the Drug Cartel.
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A rabbit hole is a scary place. You never expect to find it, and when you do, it starts from the unlikeliest of places. I May Live In Texas But My Story Began In Mexico Shirt! Who knew that the globalist push for a worldwide Islamic Fundamentalist Caliphate started at a small market in Irvington New Jersey? An Irvington man on Monday admitted in federal court to running a food stamps-for-cash scheme that cost the government more than $800,000 over two years. Miguel Antonio Azcona pleaded guilty before U.S. District Judge Mary L. Cooper in Trenton to a single count of theft of government funds, according to the office of U.S. Attorney Paul Fishman.
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Prosecutors say Azcona, 38, allowed customers at his Newark convenience store, New Community Supermarket on Springfield Avenue, to trade Supplemental Nutritional Assistance Program benefits for cash and the I May Live In Texas But My Story Began In Mexico Shirt. Store employees would retain a portion of the transaction’s value for Azcona’s benefit, according to prosecutors. Authorities say the scheme cost the government approximately $840,584. Azcona faces a maximum of 10 years in prison and a $250,000 fine, or twice the loss or gain from the crime, according to the U.S. Attorney’s Office. His sentencing has been scheduled for May 3.