What is your opinion about Warrants served at home, office of Latino civil rights leader?
Police on Wednesday served warrants on nine felony counts "related to theft and burglary charges" at the office and home of Rene Orozco, the Nevada director of the League of United Latin American Citizens, a Metro news release said.
Metro said it identified several people who allege Orozco accepted money from them to assist with “citizenship and criminal defense issues” and then failed to deliver any assistance.
The majority of those who lodged complaints are undocumented or are facing other citizenship issues, police said.
LULAC, with local offices in the 700 block of North Nellis Boulevard, is a national organization advocating Latino civil rights and opportunities in the Latin community.
Police said the investigation is ongoing. Metro did not release additional details.
Orozco could not immediately be reached for comment.
- Ali ALv 41 decade agoFavorite Answer
Not surprised. Lots of fraud going on in relation to "immigrants". Ever noticed how many LAWYERS, real, bonafide lawyers (which the guy does not seem to be) are arrested and convicted of immigration fraud? I've rarely if ever heard of practicing lawyers in other specialties committing crimes, but for some reason, immigration seems to attract the ethically challenged. Not to mention, anyone who thinks they can make a quick buck. It's going to be interesting to see how this turns out.
- REJJILv 71 decade ago
The warrants served for both places are to confiscate evidence at both locations. This person needs to be convicted. He was riding the high train and never thought he'd have to get off....he now realizes that it was on the wrong track.
- Anonymous1 decade ago
the american people WILL dismantle this treason going on in OUR country....but to just go after the head dude is ludicrous---everyone involved should face charges-----and if an immigrant---face immediate deportation and banning from ever entering the US again.....treat them like the terrorists they are.
- Steve DLv 71 decade ago
Orozco will have his day in court to face his accusers...we'll see then.
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- jeanLv 71 decade ago
I guess even leaders for amnesty can get greedy
- Man of StoneLv 51 decade ago
I don't care about the location of where they serve him.
- Anonymous1 decade ago
Criminals advocating for illegals... just TOO precious.