DEA criticizes its capital office

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http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/articles/A64241-2003Apr20.html The Drug Enforcement Administration has cited its office in the nation's capital for a "steady decline" in new cases and arrests, the Washington Post reports. Some law enforcement officials contend that the unit isn't doing enough to target D.C.'s major violent drug gangs. Officials who want DEA to rachet up its performance now that the FBI is devoting more attention to terrorism. More than a dozen DEA agents and law enforcement officials . . .

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