July 1, 2005, - 12:27 am

Abu Moskowitz Update: The Continuing Saga of an ICE Special Agent in Charge

By Debbie Schlussel
I have received some inquiries regarding this portion of a previous blog post:
But his agents are scratching their heads about Moskowitz’s “integrity,” considering his behavior as unexpectedly observed by one of his agents, at an April ICE leadership event outside of Washington. (News of this spread like wildfire among his agents, who are wondering whether taxpayer dollars were expended for his companion.)
Because accuracy is important to me, the first sentence has now been changed to:
But his agents are scratching their heads about Moskowitz’s “integrity,” considering his behavior as unexpectedly observed in the Washington area, by one of his agents, around the time Moskowitz attended an April ICE retreat nearby.
To clarify, pursuant to inquiries I’ve received, an agent who is a Moskowitz subordinate, was not expected by Moskowitz to be in the Washington area at that time, because the agent is not at that level–for the ICE event (and was not invited). That’s why Moskowitz was allegedly surprised when the agent allegedly walked in on Moskowitz, to Moskowitz’s surprise. It was around the time of an ICE confab in April outside Washington, though this occurred not exactly on the premises of the ICE get-together, but at a location near or in Washington before, during, or after the ICE conference. I used “at an ICE retreat” for the purpose of time, approximate location, and brevity. The ICE meeting appears to be the reason Abu Moskowitz was in the area at the time. I am amending the blog post to reflect this information. I wish I could provide more details, but as I’ve previously noted, Abu Moskowitz refuses to grant an interview because, his press person noted, “It won’t enhance Brian Moskowitz’s career.” Indeed.
I certainly hope that Abu Moskowitz will not abuse his power–in the guise of “protecting ICE and confidential investigations inside his office”–to discipline this brave person who works for him, for blowing the whistle on Abu Moskowitz’s “integrity.”

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