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Servant testifies about life at Llenroc

Mansion’s owner faces federal trial after complaint

Annie George, owner of Llenroc Mansion, on Monday leaves the Federal Courthouse in Albany with her attorney following jury selection in a trial where she accused of harboring an illegal immigrant for financial gain.
Photographer: Patrick Dodson
Annie George, owner of Llenroc Mansion, on Monday leaves the Federal Courthouse in Albany with her attorney following jury selection in a trial where she accused of harboring an illegal immigrant for financial gain.
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Valsamma Mathai worked for Annie George and George’s family for more than five years, never taking a day off, never taking a vacation day or a sick day, Mathai testified Tuesday in federal court. Her typical workday at the family’s Clifton Park home began about 5:30 a.m. and didn’t end until after 11 p.m., she said. In between, she prepared meals, cleaned the house and made everyone’s beds. Even when she was off, she was ...


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cheeseburger
March 5, 2013
2:39 p.m.

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walk down the street and ask for someone to call the police.she isnt that dumb. but she also knew that she was now illegal. i bet it was a better life than living in her native country.

pbd
March 6, 2013
5:24 p.m.

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You don't know that, cheeseburger. And so what she was illegal. Do you have any idea how many Americans (of all races & places of origin) are descendants of "illegals"? Besides, this person got a raw deal regardless of how you look at it.

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