Cheat-Seeking Missles

Wednesday, August 15, 2007

Traitors At Federal Immigration Service

Calling all leaders! ... Calling any leader at all!


Is anyone out there?

No, Emilo Gonzales, head of U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, you don't qualify. Go back behind your podium, because there's zero leadership at your agency if you're letting traitors work at your agency while w'ere engaged in Islamofascism's war against us.
A criminal investigations report says several U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services employees are accused of aiding Islamic extremists with identification fraud and of exploiting the visa system for personal gain.

The confidential 2006 USCIS report said that despite the severity of the potential security breaches, most are not investigated "due to lack of resources" in the agency's internal affairs department. (Wash Times)
What is USCIS spending money on that's more important that rooting out treason within its ranks? Could there possibly be a boondoggle or diversity sensitivity training program that could be cut in order to give the internal affairs department the money it needs to track down and prosecute these, I say it again, traitors?

Among the known crimes are these:
  • Two District Adjudications Officers allegedly worked with known members of Islamic terror groups to query the DHS database and check on the terrorists' status. The group "was responsible for numerous robberies and used the heist money to fund terrorist activities."

  • Employees, I'll say it again, treasonously shared detailed information on internal security measures with people (terrorists?) outside the agency.

  • A Lebanese citizen (terrorist?) bribed an immigration officer with airline tickets for visa benefits.

  • A USCIS officer in Harlington, Texas, sold immigration documents for $10,000 to as many as 20 people.
Bill Wright, a USCIS spokesman, would not comment to Wash Times about the investigations other than to say the agency "takes all internal allegations seriously."

Right. That's very reassuring, especially since he admitted that some of these investigations have been going on for three years -- and none of the 65 new authorized investigative positions at the agency have been filled.

Is it really impossible for government to act like the people it represents? If there's a terrorist milling about in my kitchen or garage, you'd better believe I'd take care of it -- in considerably less than three years!

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