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Guam Construction wants seized documents

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by Mindy Aguon

Guam - The Guam Construction Company says it's impossible to conduct business and comply with local and federal filing and reporting requirements as the majority of their documents were seized last month.  The company has filed a motion with the District Court asking that the federal government not be allowed to send the items off-island for scanning as it could take months.

One month ago, the feds executed three search warrants at the company's offices in connection with an ongoing investigation into alleged fraud, misuse of visas and permits and harboring illegal aliens.  The feds seized 52 boxes of documents and materials. 

GCC has requested the return of or access to the materials as it contends it is being irreparably harmed by the delays.

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