U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service (CIS) is under investigation with over 2,500 misconduct charges being filed against employees of the agency. In addition another 50 are being added to the list weekly. Included in the charges are bribery, giving "green cards for sex" and influences of foreign governments on employees giving legal immigration status to individuals.
On top of all the illegal alien problems we now have a slew of "legal" immigrants who have gotten into the country illegally.
"The thing that took most of the oxygen out of the room was the realization that there is the distinct possibility that people who have terrorist backgrounds have been able to obtain green cards because of a lack of ability to check their backgrounds," said one of the sources.
The 2,500 accusations of misconduct at CIS, among 15,000 federal and contract employees, are just the cases that have been turned over to CIS's internal-affairs bureau and might not be the complete list, the sources said. New charges are added at a rate of about 50 per week.
The agency's internal-affairs bureau lacks the manpower and resources to tackle those cases and, in some cases, is being blocked by some superiors, the briefer told Congress.
"The lack of resources to investigate serves to embolden these corrupt public officials," the second source said. "They have no fear of being caught."
Rep. Tom Tancredo, Colorado Republican, said the information about CIS could doom Mr. Bush's [guest-worker] proposal.
"The idea you could possibly add to all this a guest-worker plan of any kind that requires background checks on all these people is ludicrous," he said. "This agency can't do it."
So superiors are actually involved in actually blocking these investigations. Hopefully the whistle-blower actually names the superiors involved and that they are strung up in the town square for their treasonous actions.
Tipped by: Say Anything