Dan Epstein discusses the corruption within the Department of Homeland Security Office of Inspector General with Jake Tapper on CNN’s The Lead.

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  1. Elizabeth Berry says:

    Charles Edwards was notified, through my state senator’s office, of allegations of perjury by a DHS OIG investigator. Despite, the statutory obligation to investigate all wrong doing by DHS employees, Mr. Edwards sent a personal letter refusing to even take a first report of the serious criminal allegations against one of his investigators. That investigator worked closely on the case with Tom Frost. Mr. Frost is the top DHS OIG investigator who is on leave for falsifying evidence in another case. These are the type of employees who protect Edwards and in turn, he protects their criminal activities. Organized crime paid for by the taxpayers. Tony Soprano actually had to work, what a schmuck, he could have been an OIG agent.