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FBI: Michigan Man Found with Gun, Armor, Fake CIA Identification at Movie Theater

Steve Neavling
ticklethewire.com

FBI agents arrested a Michigan man Tuesday after he was found with a gun, armor, 34 rounds of ammunition and a fake CIA identification, the Associated Press reports.

Cassidy Delavergne was charged with possessing the phony ID.

The man told an agent that he was showing the fake ID to calm concerns about his 9 mm Beretta.

Inside the man’s car were 111 rounds of ammunition.

The man told agents that he had a concealed weapon permit and was afraid to leave the gun in the car.

Sen. McCain Says Border Patrol Doesn’t Need Additional 20,000 Agents

Steve Neavling
ticklethewire.com 

Sen. John McCain, who is taking the lead on immigration reforms, said the Border Patrol doesn’t need an additional 20,000 agents, Politic365 reports.

What it needs, McCain said, is “use of technology that has been developed where we can survey the border more effectively.”

McCain spoke at an AFL-CIO immigration forum Wednesday.

The Senate in late June approved an immigration bill amendment that cost $40 billion, largely to hire the 20,000 agents.

It’s unclear whether McCain will be able to convince his colleagues that the bill is overkill.

Border Patrol Agent Sentenced to 78 Months in Prison for Possessing Child Porn

Steve Neavling
ticklethewire.com 

A former Border Patrol agent from Mississippi was sentenced to 78 months in prison for possessing child porn on his government-issued computer, GulfLive reports.

James E. Ward also will receive eight years of supervised release and a $7,000 fine.

“The defendant in this case contributed to the abuse and sexual exploitation of innocent children while working as a trusted federal employee,” U.S. Attorney Gregory K. Davis said. “This sentencing represents the ongoing efforts of the U.S. Attorney’s Office and our law enforcement partners to protect children and hold accountable those who exploit or endanger them.”

The Department of Homeland Security OIG investigated the case.

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