FBI Official To Head California Homeland Security

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Ronald L. Iden, a 25-year FBI agent, is California’s new director of homeland security, reports the Los Angeles Times. Iden, who most recently was FBI agent in charge in Los Angeles, succeeds George Vinson, who retired. Iden assumed control of the FBI’s third-largest field office two weeks after Sept. 11, 2001. With more than 1,100
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