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U.S. Customs: Badge of Dishonor
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0595167950, Paperback)Based upon a true story, U.S. Customs: Badge of Dishonor demonstrates one of our country's largest, most powerful federal agencies, out of control at the taxpayer's expense. All Americans should read this book and worry. If the government is capable of doing this to their own federal agents, just imagine what can happen to the average citizen attempting to enter the borders of this country. "Terrorism could strike the heart of America through our rail system at any time-and our own government has assisted in laying the track. The only way you'll ever know the terrible truth is to read U.S. Customs: Badge of Dishonor. Darlene Catalan's gutsy first-hand account of corruption and abuse within the US Customs Service reveals why America has fallen victim to the evil of drug cartels and terrorist networks. Catalan and her fellow former agents are courageous heroes and have risked much to bring you the truth. After you read the book, I'm sure you'll agree it's time to demand an official investigation of the Customs Service-so be sure and buy an extra copy for your Congressman!"-Rebecca Hagelin, columnist, WorldNetDaily.com"Read this book! U.S. Customs: Badge of Dishonor will frighten, anger, and then energize you to action! No honest federal agent should ever have to put up with colossal incompetence and abuse from federal "management." Add high-level corruption, and you have a truly dangerous mix. What are Washington-based US Customs managers doing to earn their salaries? Send help quick to the border states, or risk out of control drug trafficking and tomorrow's terrorist's attack vehicles-the uninspected pressurized railcar!"-Gary Aldrich, former FBI agent and author of Unlimited Access
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