Immigration Agents Selling Out America To Terrorists

I honestly don't know which is worse; US Citizenship and Immigration Services employees assisting Islamic extremists in obtaining fraudulent visas or the fact that the USCIS doesn't have the resources to investigate them:
A criminal investigations report says several U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services employees are accused of aiding Islamic extremists with identification fraud and of exploiting the visa system for personal gain.

The confidential 2006 USCIS report said that despite the severity of the potential security breaches, most are not investigated "due to lack of resources" in the agency's internal affairs department.

"Two District Adjudications Officers are allegedly involved with known (redacted) Islam terrorist members," said the internal document obtained by The Washington Times.
To quote the old Saturday Night Live Church Lady: "Well, isn't that special?"

Perhaps someone should teach the internal affairs staffers at the USCIS how to prioritize their cases. Can there be anything more important that looking into the charges that employees are involved with Islamic radicals?

Other security breaches from the document include:

Employees are sharing detailed information on internal security measures with people outside the agency.

A Lebanese citizen bribed an immigration officer with airline tickets for visa benefits.

A USCIS officer in Harlington, Texas, sold immigration documents for $10,000 to as many as 20 people.

And if that's not enough, here's some more hair pulling info to make your morning; even though the USCIS expanded its internal affairs department by 65 people last March, they have yet to fill any of those vacancies.

What's the rush, eh?

Corrupt and broken; that would seem to be the best way to describe our homeland security efforts at the border.

Hat Tip: Ed Lasky
I honestly don't know which is worse; US Citizenship and Immigration Services employees assisting Islamic extremists in obtaining fraudulent visas or the fact that the USCIS doesn't have the resources to investigate them:
A criminal investigations report says several U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services employees are accused of aiding Islamic extremists with identification fraud and of exploiting the visa system for personal gain.

The confidential 2006 USCIS report said that despite the severity of the potential security breaches, most are not investigated "due to lack of resources" in the agency's internal affairs department.

"Two District Adjudications Officers are allegedly involved with known (redacted) Islam terrorist members," said the internal document obtained by The Washington Times.
To quote the old Saturday Night Live Church Lady: "Well, isn't that special?"

Perhaps someone should teach the internal affairs staffers at the USCIS how to prioritize their cases. Can there be anything more important that looking into the charges that employees are involved with Islamic radicals?

Other security breaches from the document include:

Employees are sharing detailed information on internal security measures with people outside the agency.

A Lebanese citizen bribed an immigration officer with airline tickets for visa benefits.

A USCIS officer in Harlington, Texas, sold immigration documents for $10,000 to as many as 20 people.

And if that's not enough, here's some more hair pulling info to make your morning; even though the USCIS expanded its internal affairs department by 65 people last March, they have yet to fill any of those vacancies.

What's the rush, eh?

Corrupt and broken; that would seem to be the best way to describe our homeland security efforts at the border.

Hat Tip: Ed Lasky