Friday, August 17, 2007
The Washington Times is reporting that DHS has failed to investigate incidents in which DHS employees allegedly aiding a group that posed a "known" security threat in obtaining fraudulent documents and exploiting the visa system. According to Sara Carter's story, DHS is citing a lack of resources in the internal affairs department as the reason for their decision not to investigate these cases. There must be more to this story, because the resource claims seem weak coming from an agency with such a huge budget. If the group aided by DHS employees genuinely poses a threat, perhaps DHS could reallocate some of the funds used for detaining children or the wrong guy and put that money to work investigating internal corruption.