Discussion: DEA Improperly Paid Amtrak Secretary More Than $850k For Passenger Lists

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Could have obtained for free, except for the fact that they would, I believe, have needed a search warrant. And since they did it this way, costing taxpayers nearly a million dollars, I think the DEA had doubts about getting the warrant.

This also close to a black-op for which they have no mandate and something that was capped back in the late 1970s with intelligence reform.

Awfully expensive fishing license Iā€™d say.

Also, while Amtrak let her go without facing discipline, I think they ought to get as much of that money back from her as possible and apply it to Amtrak operating expenses.