August 10, 2005, - 3:34 pm
By Debbie Schlussel
Since U.S. Customs Office of Investigations became ICE (Immigration and Customs Enforcement), agents have been getting new ICE credentials to replace their old Customs ones. New ICE credentials say the same thing on the back that the old ones did, minus one sentence (which is now absent):
“THIS OFFICER POSSESSES INTEGRITY AND IS WORTHY OF TRUST AND CONFIDENCE.”
Given guys like Brian Moskowitz a/k/a Abu Moskowitz now running things at ICE, is there any question why this sentence was removed?
As one agent told me, “It’s interesting that the one thing I was most proud of whenever displaying my credentials is the one thing they left off of the new credentials.” I’ll give you a hint: The agent who said this is NOT Abu Moskowitz.
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