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Years of Neglect

Reader comment on item: [Hesham Hedayet and] Border Agencies in Denial

Submitted by Don Lavey (United States), Oct 17, 2002 at 16:31

The more things change the more they remain the same. For at least thirty years the arrogant and cavalier approach of INS and USDS as to who entered the United States is nothing less than criminal negligence. Mid-level bureaucrats and their respective feifdoms have seldom, if ever, been cognizant of the terrorist danger. To turn the rampaging bureaucratic elephant around and get him under control may necessitate eliminating the elephant to save ourselves.
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