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Sunday Cover (Iowa: Immigration Raid) #902796

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Jul 27, 2008
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(Studio: Russ Mitchell) The fallout from the immigration raid in Postville, Iowa, examined; scenes shown from the Agriprocessors kosher meatpacking plant; details given about the issue of fake identity cards for illegals and the EEOC investigation of sexual harassment charges. [Mayor Robert PENROD†- says the town lost one-third of its people.] [Former St. Bridget Church pastor Father Paul OUDERKIRK†- says this created division in the community; calls the plant dirty and unsafe; criticizes the business.] [Undocumented worker Maria LOPEZ†- {thru translator} says she cannot work.] [Agriprocessors manager Chaim ABRAHAM†- lists plant changes.]
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