Titel: Main Justice: The Men and Women Who Enforce ...
Verlag: Simon & Schuster, US
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This perceptive examination reveals how the Justice Department operates--from its role in history to critical evaluations of its wars against the Cali cocaine cartel, violent gangs in Shreveport and Chicago, high-level government espionage, and international terrorism.Review:
Due to Congressional pressure to expand efforts against violent crime, the Justice Department has experienced incredible growth; between 1981 and 1993, the department's budget more than quadrupled and the number of prosecutors doubled. Jim McGee and Brian Duffy, investigative reporters with the Washington Post and U.S. News and World Report respectively, focus on the department's criminal law enforcement activities in Main Justice. In addition to examining cases such as Aldrich Ames' arrest and the investigation of Colombia's Cali cartel, they discuss the department's role in authorizing FBI requests to conduct electronic surveillance in counterintelligence cases and the performance of Janet Reno--a "stone-cold law enforcer" who they believe is helping to lead us to a safer America.
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