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Report: DEA Blowing Money On Liars, Thieves, And Amtrak Employees

If the Drug War is US law enforcement's wildly-swinging fist, the DEA is its middle finger. Once the pointless brutality stops, the finger is extended to everyone -- especially taxpayers. Even the agency's name inadvertently belies its twisted motivations: "Drug Enforcement Agency." Without further information, the name, on its own, seems to suggest a shoring up of the drug trade, rather than an adversarial force.
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