October 11, 2005, - 2:42 pm
By Debbie Schlussel
After we posted our critique of an item about a top immigration official’s deceitful speech to the first ICE (Immigration and Customs Enforcement) agent graduating class, ICE scrambled to remove the item from its website.
No matter, though. We made a copy of the item about ICE Director of Investigations Marcy Forman-Friedman’s speech to new ICE agent grads.
Here it is:
First Class To Graduate With ICE Special Agent Badges And Credentials
On Thursday, October 6, 2005, the first ICE Special Agent (ICE SAT) class to receive the new ICE badges and credentials graduated from the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center in Glynco, Georgia. Marcy Forman, Director of the Office of Investigations gave the keynote address at this historic commencement. Director Forman shared with the graduates highlights from her 25 year career in law enforcement and discussed the important role of ICE Special Agents in the Global War on Terror. She reminded them that no other law enforcement agency possesses such broad legal and investigative authority and she told them that while they would face many challenges along the way, their careers would be rewarding.
Tags: director, Federal Law Enforcement Training Center, first ICE Special Agent, Georgia, Glynco, law enforcement, law enforcement agency, Marcy Forman, Office of Investigations