Senior ICE lawyer used government computer systems to steal immigrants’ identities and defraud banks

A chief counsel at US Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) has admitted stealing immigrants’ identities to defraud banks. Raphael Sanchez, 44, forged identity documents on his government computer to open bank accounts and credit cards in the names of seven immigrants.  He racked up more than $190,000 (£135,000) in personal loans, transferred funds and card-spending during the four-year scam.

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