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    Scottish Police Smash Immigration Scam
    Immigration; Posted on: 2007-04-21 08:35:29 [ Printer friendly / Instant flyer ]
    Prostitutes and drug addicts married off to blacks for immigration papers; "Eastern European" gang blamed

    Deryk Smith reports.

    British National Party Scotland would like to take this opportunity to congratulate everyone at the Immigration Service in Scotland on a highly successful operation that has put an end to a fake marriage scam that was hugely damaging to this country.

    Five people are under arrest following raids in Cambuslang and Paisley at the conclusion of a seven-month investigation into a major scam, which saw the gang marrying off Scottish women prostitutes and drug addicts - to West Africans in order for them to gain permanent residency in the UK.

    Our sources are alleging that the main movers in the scam are Eastern Europeans - a fact, which the authorities are not releasing at the moment. They are, though, reporting that the two men being held in England are West Africans.

    The Immigration Service in Scotland are grossly under-staffed and poorly funded and are ill fitted to take on the ever increasing numbers of illegal immigrants landing on our doorstep, not only on a daily but hourly basis.

    Elected BNP MSPs will, as a priority, look to tackle the immigration crisis. For a start, we will raise a public vote on the immigration issue.

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