classic mont blanc pen Immigration Official Falsified Documents for Illegal Aliens
Since 1988, the official, John F. Lonergan, has supervised 200 inspection and examination employees at Newark International Airport and at the agency’s Newark office, a spokesman for the Immigration and Naturalization Service said.An indictment handed up by a Federal grand jury in Newark accuses Mr. The documents were used by an unspecified number of aliens, including two Iraqi citizens living in Jordan, to gain entry to this country.The document broker met with Mr. Lonergan at restaurants in Newark and provided him with gifts that included luxury items like a Hartmann briefcase and Mont Blanc pens as well as truck tires and cash for a vacation in Aruba, the indictment said.The broker was not named in the indictment, but he has been identified in other court documents as Nagy Khairallah, an informer who previously cooperated with Drug Enforcement Administration investigations and has served time for perjury. In one of two recorded telephone conversations between Mr. Khairallah and Mr. Lonergan, the immigration service official is heard responding to questions about the construction work on his roof, according to a court document.Although the Iraqis are also not named in the indictment, they are the only aliens specifically cited. But Jeffrey D. Smith, the assistant United States Attorney handling the case, said the two are not believed to pose a danger. He said the papers falsified by Mr. Lonergan stated that they were New Jersey residents.