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The Continued Threat of Corruption to U.S. Border Law Enforcement Agencies Charles E. Grassley

The Continued Threat of Corruption to U.S. Border Law Enforcement Agencies

Charles E. Grassley

Published May 24th 2011
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This book contains oversight hearing that examine the Southwest Border operations of the U.S. Customs Service and also the Immigration and Naturalization Service. Testimony from the General Accounting Office and from the commissioners, respectfully,MoreThis book contains oversight hearing that examine the Southwest Border operations of the U.S. Customs Service and also the Immigration and Naturalization Service. Testimony from the General Accounting Office and from the commissioners, respectfully, of the U.S. Customs and the Immigration and Naturalization Service.This hearing will focus on the findings and also on the recommendations of a GAO report on these agencies. The report is a follow up study based on a hearing that this caucus held in May 1997 with these very same agencies.C O N T E N T SOPENING STATEMENTSSenator Charles E. GrassleySenator Bob GrahamSenator Dianne FeinsteinPANEL IRichard Stana, Associate Director, Administration of Justice Issues, GeneralAccounting OfficePrepared StatementSUBMITTED QUESTIONS FOR PANEL IRichard Stana, Associate Director, Administration of Justice Issues, GeneralAccounting OfficePANEL IIRaymond W. Kelly, Commissioner, U.S. Customs ServicePrepared StatementDoris M. Meissner, Commissioner, U.S. Immigration and Naturalization ServicePrepared StatementSUBMITTED QUESTIONS FOR PANEL IIRaymond W. Kelly, Commissioner, U.S. Customs ServiceDoris M. Meissner, Commissioner, U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service