What: The Salt Lake Tribune reports that Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) officials may have posed as Mormon missionaries to try to nab undocumented immigrants.
Quote: "The woman, who was suspicious of other visitors seeking her husband around the same time, said two people dressed like missionaries, but lacking black name badges commonly worn by Mormon emissaries, came to her door . . . . The day after she confirmed for the visitors that her husband lived there . . . he was arrested by ICE agents."
Reaction: At this point, it's all still rumor and speculation. But if I were an illegal immigrant and I heard this rumor, you think I'd chat with a couple of innocent-looking missionaries long enough to find out if it was true? Heck no! The Spanish-speaking missionaries in the U.S. could potentially see a huge decrease in their investigator pool as a result. (Does that mean that by posting this, I am fueling the rumor and am therefore part of the problem?)