Apr 30, 2011 | Posted by: Agent of Chaos
All the faith in the world couldn't save dozens of illegal immigrants living in the Plainfield area from the paralyzing fear of being deported to their native countries.
So many of those people in 2005 turned to the pastor of the Salvation Army chapter on Watchung Avenue for help. Enoc "Tito" Sotelo and his wife, Vereli, both described as charismatic, deeply spiritual people, often invoked the name of God while promising them all U.S. citizenship documentation in exchange for several thousands of dollars apiece.
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