Things were looking up for Michal Preclik. A guard at a maximum-security prison in Nebraska for over a year, he had just been promoted to corporal. But then someone discovered that he is wanted in his native Czech Republic on drug and fraud charges and he was arrested by Immigration and Customs Enforcement. Preclik passed two background checks, but the Associated Press reports that the first thing that came up when they Googled his name was an Interpol wanted poster.
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