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By: Christina Coleman
Immigration attorney Andres Perez weighed in on the temporary closure of Sushi Zushi. It's unclear exactly what caused several vital employees to not return to work after they learned of news of a company I-9 audit. The restaurant released a statement saying, "Sushi Zushi has made it's best effort to comply with I-9 requirements." The press release also states, ""Sushi Zushi is working with legal counsel to respond to the government's audit. We wish to be clear, there was no raid by the government on our operations, nor has any employee been detained by the government or terminated by the company." Perez says government audits have become more frequent, "Prior to the rise in I-9 audits the government would typically raid a work site and look for undocumented individuals. Now the government is switching to more of an audit based enforcement mechanism in order to work with employers and investigate employer violations." Sushi Zushi has not stated when it will be open again. Management says it did not expect the internal reaction they received due to news of the audit.
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Manson disciple's tapes being analyzed by LAPD
May 23, 2013 21:44 GMT
By TAMI ABDOLLAH Associated Press
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Los Angeles police have obtained the decades-old taped conversations between a Manson family disciple and his attorney.
Detective David Holmes says the department has had the tapes for a couple of weeks and Robbery-Homicide Division and the Los Angeles County district attorney's office are analyzing them.
A federal judge ruled in March that Charles "Tex" Watson waived his right to attorney-client privilege when he allowed his lawyer to sell the eight cassette tapes to an author nearly 40 years ago for a book on his life.
The tapes are being reviewed to determine whether there's evidence that could resolve unsolved murders.
Watson is serving a life sentence for his role in the 1969 murders of actress Sharon Tate and six others. He sought to prevent turnover of the tapes.
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WASHINGTON (AP) -- Chairman Ben Bernanke is telling Congress that the U.S. job market remains weak and that it is too soon for the Federal Reserve to end its extraordinary stimulus programs.
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