A website called 'Illegal Alien Report' has surfaced on the the web, allowing people to publish reports about "illegal alien activity and border security threats."
Through user-generated reports, people have published personal names and included locations on Google Maps of the whereabouts of alleged undocumented immigrants.
According to the site, it's purpose is to document "cases of migrant labor, drug trafficking, human smuggling, theft, fraud, and violent crime involving illegal immigrants and businesses hiring illegal aliens" in the United States, Canada, Australia, Russia, and most of Western Europe including the United Kingdom, France, Germany, and Italy.
The site, created by a professional search engine marketer, "supports the publishing of autobiographical information both by people who believe that they may have experienced close encounters with illegal aliens and by anyone who has ever been an illegal alien."
The website also hosts a forum for online discussions and a merchandise shopping center, under the tab 'Fun Stuff'. Current merchandise being sold in the site include a Rosetta Stone English Kit and a bumper sticker that reads "Welcome to America, Now Speak English."
And apparently people concerned with "documenting" alleged undocumented immigrants might also be seeking romantic connections as the banner advertisement which runs along the top of the website is of a popular online dating service and lets visitors to IllegalAlienReport.com "browse thousand of local singles!"
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