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Sunday, 27 March 2011 08:36
Here is my story on why I pleaded guilty on something that is just commonly talked about,something that started innocent,one that is not thought of to be against the law.I am one of the defendants and I was charged of conspiracy along with 9 others.On my part,there was no money involved,I am not one of those who sold their US Citizenship nor I am involved in couching married couples on how to evade immigration laws.I was just merely helping couples recommended by Maria Flodeliz Cruz who,I know,even before they got married,that they do not have an intention to live together and yet,I continue on helping them prepare the documents,and this action,which again seem so innocent,is against the law.I was made to understand,that if I knew that the marriage is going to be s sham,I would not have helped them prepare their documents.Indeed, too harsh of a punishment that I have to bear,now,I will have a criminal record tied up to my name.I have learned a lot from this experience.One hard truth which is so confusing is how the prosecution could accept the lies of their witnesses. But my lawyer was quick to help me unburdened by saying that I should move past this experience and leave the lies to the conscience of the liars. I pray for a fair sentence for us who have pleaded guilty and I wish the other defendants who will go to trial well.
 

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