Does the Border Patrol Deserve More Respect From the New Administration?

Tucson Weekly | February 5, 2009
As the Border Patrol settles into the 21st century, it does so with plenty of baggage, from a reputation for ethical haphazardness to being viewed as a lesser partner in federal law-enforcement huddles. Add to that a persisting stove-pipe management structure that straitjackets reform, and you'll find an agency that often seems more anchored in the past than the present.

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