Some marry for love, some marry for money… Some marry for Green Cards

Just Proves you don’t need an elephant and a mariachi band to illegally enter the country… 

Hat tip to Hang Right Politics

From the Atlanta Journal Constitution  

If William Fairley didn’t kiss the bride after saying “I do” last October, it was for lack of time, not practice.

The clock read 2:30 p.m. that Friday afternoon. Fairley had just wed a woman from Kenya amid the blond wooden benches in a Gwinnett County courtroom. And marriage records show he must have been in a bit of a hurry.

Fairley would pledge his eternal devotion again less than four hours later, this time to a Ghanaian bride in front of the mahogany-stained pews of a Cobb County courtroom. The ceremonies were separated by 40 miles — and one rush hour.

It was the busiest day in a yearlong wedding spree that, if not for a fluke discovery by a court clerk, could have netted Fairley 11 or more wives.

Instead, records show, the chef from College Park has but 10 brides — and a cellmate. Fairley, 34, is in Gwinnett County Detention Center on $39,900 bond.

The St. Louis native was one of two men arrested last month in Gwinnett on multiple counts of bigamy and false swearing. The other, Chicago native Alvin Lorenzo Murdock of Norcross, married at least six women, according to police. In both cases, all of the brides were immigrants from Africa. Half came from a single country: Ghana.

And as if that weren’t enough, Gwinnett police are now searching for a third alleged bigamist. They issued arrest warrants last week for Shawnta M. McBride, who police say married six men in Gwinnett, including four Ghanaian grooms.

Authorities say they’ve yet to turn up evidence that the alleged bigamists knew each other or were paid for their vows. But they do suspect that some of the brides and grooms were using the marriages to gain legal residency in the United States, said Cpl. Darren Moloney, a spokesman for the Gwinnett Police Department. They’ve referred the cases to Immigration and Customs Enforcement, which is investigating.

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