tunnel rat posted on December 11, 2011 16:05

This ad is now running on the Sunday talk shows.  I am seeing more and more comments about H-1Bs in the many articles that pop up now regarding the massive unemployment in America

You can find many of these slumdogs roaming around the office parks that surround big cities.  They are easy to spot -- goofy clothes and backpacks.  They are warehoused in extended-stay motels that are common in these office parks. 

Here are a couple of scabs that I had under surveilance the other day.  I drive a black Impala that looks like a gov't vehicle, so I like to freak out those curry-eating-wage-pirates.


tunnel rat posted on September 24, 2011 17:54

The United States Attorney's Office for the Middle District of Pennsylvania, announced the sentencing of a defendant convicted of visa fraud and money laundering in connection with the procurement of H-1b Visas and Green Cards for ineligible or unqualified Indian nationals
(as if there is any other kind).

According to United States Attorney Peter J. Smith, Dynanoba "Ken" Kendre, 43, of Mechanicsburg, was sentenced yesterday to 21 months' imprisonment and ordered to pay $100,112 in restitution following his guilty plea to visa fraud and money laundering charges. The sentence was imposed by Senior United States District Judge Sylvia H. Rambo in Harrisburg, Smith said.

The charges to which Kendre pleaded guilty stemmed from an investigation conducted by the U.S. Department of Labor, Office of Inspector General; the Internal Revenue Service, Criminal Investigation; the Department of Homeland Security, Homeland Security Investigations; and U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, Fraud Detection and National Security.

The investigation revealed that Kendre, owner of Global Empire, d/b/a Global Healthcare Group and Fortune 500 Systems, defrauded the H1-b, Temporary Foreign Worker Visa Program, as well as the Permanent Labor Certification Program, by submitting Labor Condition Applications containing false and misleading information. Kendre accepted cash payments from foreign workers, who were not employed, in order to produce false payroll checks and W-2 wage and tax statements indicating the foreign worker was so employed. The fake payroll checks and W-2 wage and tax statements were submitted in support of H1-b Visa renewals or for adjustments of alien status by way of the Permanent Labor Certification Program. Foreign workers also paid Kendre a $5,000.00 "Annual Maintenance Fee" for keeping a Visa active with the company as well as a 25% fee for each payroll check processed by the company.

H-1b Visas are issued by the Department of Homeland Security, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), and permit qualified alien workers entry into the United States to work in a specialty occupation. A specialty occupation, such as health care, requires alien workers to meet certain educational and professional requirements established by USCIS and an employer's petition on their behalf. The number of petitions filed with USCIS each year far exceeds the limited number of H-1B Visas available, so they are valuable to alien workers and a source of illicit profit to corrupt employers. Securing an H-1B Visa often represents the first step in obtaining permanent lawful residency via a Green Card and, ultimately, U.S. citizenship.

Despite Kendre's representations in petitions to federal agencies, few of the individuals for whom he submitted petitions actually performed work for his company. When there was no work at his company for them, Kendre instructed the foreign workers to secure cash-paying jobs in other locations. Kendre then engaged in a process known as "running the payroll," whereby the visa recipients were instructed to pay Kendre an amount based on the prevailing wage for which they were petitioned, plus a 25% fee that was to cover the company's payroll taxes. Kendre then had his company issue payroll checks for the foreign workers. Those payments were used in part to pay the visa recipients back, as falsified proof of compliance with the terms of their visa requirements and in order to apply for Green Cards. Other portions of the payments were used to pay the company's payroll taxes owed the government, to perpetuate the false visa petitions, and pocketed as profit by Kendre.

In addition to the jail term and restitution, Kendre also was ordered to serve 3 years of supervised release following his prison term.

U.S. Attorney Smith thanked the federal agencies involved in the case for their steadfast assistance. Smith said, "The defendant's criminal activity in this case spanned a number of years and involved the work of multiple federal agencies. The just result in this successful prosecution was achieved through the diligent work of our federal law enforcement partners. I thank them for their consistent excellent efforts."

Eric Hylton, Special Agent in Charge of IRS, Criminal Investigation stated, "Today's sentencing is a direct result of the excellent partnership the IRS, along with other Federal Law Enforcement Agencies, and the U.S. Attorney's Office has in combating violations of Federal Law. This sentence should serve as a deterrent to those who might contemplate similar fraudulent actions."

That sentiment was echoed by John Sprately, Special Agent-in-Charge for the Philadelphia Region of the U.S. Department of Labor, Office of Inspector General. Spratley stated, "Today's sentencing underscores our efforts to investigate fraud against the Department of Labor's foreign labor certification programs. The defendant falsified labor certification applications, for considerable financial gain, in order to illegally obtain visa renewals and permanent residence cards for foreign nationals. The Office of Inspector General and its law enforcement partners remain committed to combating this and any other fraud perpetrated against Department of Labor programs."

The case was prosecuted by Assistant United States Attorney James T. Clancy.


tunnel rat posted on February 20, 2010 12:03

A while back, I wrote a post called "The Hunt For The Disobedient White Male Programmer" where I joked about how the slumdogs were obsessed with revealing my identity.  Now, I don't kid myself; I am sure some curry-scented scumbag would love to hunt me down, and, ah, I don't know, slap me in the face, or, uh, call me names, or something like that. 

But this whole Apex case really has me a little upset.  Here is a Indian national, Sarvesh Kumar Dharayan, head of Apex Technology Group, going out of his way to have his mob (not a confirmed fact, just my opinion) lawyer , Patrick Papalia convince a corrupt (IMHO) judge on the verge of retirement to issue an order to my hosting company DiscountASP and my domain registrar GoDaddy to turn over my personal info so that he can take out a hit on me.  You can read the order here.

BTW, I think Mr. Papalia bears a striking resemblance to the Jordanian CIA double agent who blew himself and seven CIA officers up in Afghanistan.  A "separated at birth" kinda thing, don't ya' think?


That's our friend Patrick on the right, and what I believe is his long-lost brother, Humam Khalil Mohammed, on the left.

Mr. Papalia is a somewhat strange gumba (IMHO) who works for a rather notorious law firm, Herten, Burnstein, Sheridan, Cevasco, Bottinelli, Litt, & Harz, L.L.C.   I say strange because one of my many lawyers told me about an incident where Patrick was opposing counselor in an immigration fraud case, and he went all ghetto on a federal prosecutor, throwing around words like "fuck" and "asshole" in court.  Many of the people that I've talked to about the Apex case know about his firm, even the Dept. Of Labor guy who handled the W-H4 complaint I filed against Apex Technology Group.

(Don't worry, Sarvesh, Mr. Pat Reilly, District Director, Southern New Jersey District Office, U.S. Dept. of Labor, ESA Wage and Hour Division, wrote me a nice letter indicating that he couldn't give a shit less about any of the alleged labor violations going on at Apex, and besides, he probably liked the "gifts" you were giving him so that he would look the other way while you allegedly warehoused slumdogs and forced them to work under bonded contracts.  This was after I informed him that sponsoring H-1Bs to work at client sites was now illegal.)

So this fuckin' guido, Patrick Papalia, was not content to shut down numerous domains and harass many Americans at the behest of his Desi douchebag client Sarvesh Kumar Dharayan.  In typical gumba fashion, he fucked up the original injunction signed by the corrupt (IMHO), maybe senile, possibly alcoholic judge (IMHO) James P. Hurley  and forgot to order my ISP and GoDaddy to turn over my private information so that Sarvish could pass it on to his hit squad of slumdog assassins.  You can read the original injunction here, and you will see that the only party that had to supply personal info was Comcast. Well, technically, Facebook and Yahoo also, but California-based companies generally ignore bogus orders from bribe-taking (so I hear) judges in New Jersey.

Why Comcast, you may ask.  Well, slumdog slave trader (IMHO) Sarvesh Kumar Dharayan, got a terse email from another insurgent, and in the email header it had a Comcast IP address.  Sarvesh told Patrick to go after Comcast, thinking that the guy who sent the email was me.  He also went after the guy who runs GuestWorkerFraud.com, thinking that was my site also.  In short, this stupid Indian demonstrated the typical slumdog mentality that is void of logic and reasoning -- he thought ONE GUY WAS BEHIND ALL OF THE NEGATIVE WEB POSTINGS. 

Trust me, Sarvesh and Apex Technology Group was in deep shit long before the insurgency got hold of his fat Desi ass and destroyed his now-illegal (I'll explain later) slave trade (IMHO) business.  His victims have been posting stories about his illegal bonded contracts since at least September of 2009.

Now without going into a manifesto ala Joe Stark, aka American Patriot Pilot (we'll miss you, Joe),  I'll try break it down for you folks, especially the Indian readers, many of who suffer from reading disabilities:

1.  Dec. 23, 2009 -  Apex Technology Group gets a judge to shut down my domains, but does not ask that my domain registrar or hosting company turnover my private data.  Instead, the order demands that Comcast reveal the identity of an innocent American who did nothing more than send an email to Apex.  

2.  Dec. 28, 2009 - Apex Technology Group contacts my lawyer with an offer to settle. 

3.  Jan. 4, 2010 - Martin C. Daks reports that Apex is not seeking damages, but instead, according to mob lawyer Papalia, "we want to permanently prevent the poster from continuing to defame Apex.”  Permanently, as in "we want to have a Mafia hitman kill him so that Apex pays me a big chunk of change."  At least that is how I interpreted it.

4.  Jan. 7, 2010 - Comcast complies and violates the privacy of an innocent insurgent who sent an email.  Said insurgent buys a small handgun.

5.  Feb. 5, 2010 - Jersey Boy Patrick Papalia, realizing that Comcast turned over the identity of someone other than Tunnel Rat, pen-fucks a new injunction and gets the corrupt (allegedly) judge James P. Hurley to sign it ON HIS LAST DAY IN OFFICE.

6.  Feb. 18th, 2010 - I get this email from GoDaddy:

This email is to inform you that we have received a properly formatted subpoena for documents in the following civil action: Apex Technology Group, Inc. v John Does issued by the Middlesex County, New Jersey Superior Court, Docket No. MID-007879-09.  Our response to this subpoena may require us to disclose some of your personally identifiable information.  Therefore, we are providing this notice as a courtesy to give you an opportunity to object to the subpoena.  The only way to object to a properly filed subpoena is by filing an objection with the court in which the matter is pending.  If we do not receive an objection notice within 3 business days indicating that you have filed an objection, we will continue with producing the documents requested and charge your account according to our registration agreement.


In order to obtain further information related to the pending litigation or a copy of the subpoena, you may contact counsel for the requesting party as follows:


Patrick Papalia, Esq.

Herten Burnstein

21 Main St., Suite 353

Court Plaza South – West Wing

Hackensack, NJ 07601

201.498.5804 Telephone




C. Lovetro

Compliance Specialist

(480)624-2546 Facsimile

That's correct -- I had THREE FUCKIN' BUSINESS DAYS to find a lawyer on the other side of the country, have him write up a motion, and show up in Middlesex County Superior Court to quash the subpoena.  For two weeks, GoDaddy sat on this bogus order.   And by bogus, I mean absolutely FABCRICATED BY PATRICK PAPALIA.  There is no case in Middlesex Superior Court with that docket number.  My attorney's staff has been trying to find the complaint related to the original injunction FOR WEEKS.  They have nothing.  I called the court clerk and the court ombudsman on Friday, and they have no record of a case with docket number MID-007879-09.  So that means that Apex, after getting a shitload of death threats (according to my lawyer John Dozier, who got that info from Mr. Papalia), dropped the case and ran away.  I am sure the media attention they were getting didn't help matters.  Since the defamation case blew up in their face, they had no recourse but to take matters into their own hands -- BY KILLING ME.

Well, a man's  gotta do what a man's gotta do.  I loaded up the pickup, stopped to get more 9mm ammo, picked up a black market Tec-9 from an MS-13 gangsta' in Santa Ana, and started heading for New Jersey to meet with Mr. Papalia and the folks at Apex Technology Group.


I made that last part up.

Anyway, this is serious shit.  How did I get here?  We'll, I'll be posting all the sordid details of the Apex case in the next few days.  This will include, amongst other things,  the absurd settlement offer from Apex Technology Group.  All also be discussing my engagement with noted internet lawyer, John Dozier, who I retained to handle negotions in the case.  In addition, I'll keep you posted on the efforts of my Jew lawyer in New York to quash this virtual death warrant.  Finally, I'll bring everybody up to speed on my dealing with the Joint Terrorism Task Force, the FBI, and the Department of Justice.

But before I disgorge all these juicy details, I need to raise some funds.  You folks need to buy a coffee cup or make a donation.  These fuckin' Jew lawyers ain't cheap.  Once I get $100 in donations, I'll start posting more info. 



Tunnel Rat posted on August 5, 2009 20:17

I'm just wondering, and so is this blogger:

In the wake of racist attacks on Indians in Australia, and a consequent backlash to such assaults, a large number of anti-Indian Australian Facebookers have accused Asian immigrants, particularly those from the Indian sub-continent, of being dirty and unhygienic in their public behaviour. In short, they’ve accused Indians of being literally filthy foreigners.

We Indians dirty? What utter rubbish. But it’s not the first time such a charge has been made. Last year it was the British who rubbished us. Tory MP Lucy Ivimy was reported to have said that Indians don't know how to dispose of their rubbish and are congenital litterbugs. Though she later apologised for her remark, Ivimy's accusation provoked dudgeon among Indians in not only Britain but, even more so, in India. Us Indians? Creating a mess wherever we go? What a load of garbage.


Unlike people in the West and other so-called developed societies we Indians are scrupulously particular about all matters pertaining to hygiene management and waste disposal. Take the example of household garbage. What do they do with it in these so-called advanced countries? They store it -- as though these scraps of leftover food, vegetable peelings, egg shells and other guck were precious jewels -- in a special container made for the purpose and generally kept in the kitchen. How thoroughly disgusting. Imagine keeping rotting refuse in the kitchen, which after the puja room is the most hallowed sanctum sanctorum of the Indian household.

A barbaric notion totally inimical to 5,000 years of Indic civilisation and culture based on the totems and taboos of ritual pollution. Which in turn is based on the concept of what has been called inappropriate context. For instance, it is appropriate to wear shoes to go outdoors, but it is inappropriate (ritually polluting) to wear shoes indoors, more so within a place of worship. Similarly, keeping ritually polluting garbage within the kitchen and defiling its symbolic purity is an emphatic no-no. So what to do with the muck? Simple. Throw it out of the window. That's what windows are for, apart from letting in air and light.

The scrupulous cleanliness of us Indians is attested to by the assiduity with which we expel all forms of rubbish, garbage, junk and litter from our homes and places of work and dump such offending and offensive matter where it rightly belongs: on our public streets and thoroughfares.

This is what less anciently civilised communities can't understand about us: the cordon sanitaire that we draw between our pure, pollution-free personal space (our homes, offices, etc) and the public space of the outside world at large (i.e. anything and everything beyond the sacrosanct confines of our homes, offices, etc) which we rightly use for the purpose it has obviously been designed, namely to be the natural receptacle of all our filth and rubbish. That the 'outside' India of our public space is unmitigatedly dirty and squalid only testifies to the fact that the 'inside' India of our personal domains is squeaky-clean and spotless.

There is a profound chasm, not just cultural but spiritual, between us and societies and individuals who are obsessed about 'outside' (and therefore irrelevant) cleanliness at the expense of 'inner' salubrity. It is this basic misapprehension of the uniquely Indian concept of sanitation that causes outsiders to trash us. Which they are once more planning to do at the forthcoming G8 meet where the US and Japan will try to arm-twist India into accepting emission norms for industry.

This western phobia about carbon emissions is incomprehensible to the Indian mind. Carbons are dirty things, right? In which case why are people so hung up about emitting them (i.e. getting rid of the darn things, like chucking garbage out of the window)? But people like Al Gore (and now our very own R K Pachauri) carry on something fierce about carbon emissions and how horrid they are (all the more reason to be shot of all that nasty carbon and dump it where it properly belongs: in the global public space known as the environment).

Prime Minister Manmohan Singh is proposing to go to the G 8 summit, where presumably he will try to educate the US, Japan and other misinformed parties about the right and proper manner in which to deal with industrial emissions and all that rot. Will someone open the window, please?

- Link

As usual, 2Truthy also eloquently blogged about this topic:

-A Mel Toast “Whose Your Favorite Whore to India” Exclusive-

East is East
by Jamshid Waggajacka

(copied from the Hindi-slam poet, Dipti Chit)

We pollute, as we suck our cheroot.
Only a dodo, would say yes to Kyoto.

So give us more H1B
And polyunsaturated ghee

And we will show you American bastards who’s boss!

As we steal from thee.

...As India widens the climate rift with the West, this nation's biggest brothel buggars to the India/tech cheap labor lobby, Hillary Clinton and Bill Gates, visited India and graciously widened their cheeky best sides in their uncontrollable, unstoppable lust to sell out American jobs in return for other kinds of jobs and favor$.

Just in time, too, for next month's U.S. jobs sellout fest when the India lobby goes-a-begging to Washington to open up the flood gates for MORE cheap labor from India and kick MORE American workers to the curb...

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