CBP Chief Admits Agents Mistreated Iranian Americans at U.S.-Canada Border

2/13/20
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The acting head of the Customs and Border Protection (CBP) agency acknowledged that agents were out of line last month when they detained dozens of Iranian-Americans and Iranians at a border crossing near Canada in Washington State.

While providing January border-crossing statistics in Washington on 11 February, Mark Morgan, the agency’s acting commissioner, said agents behaved in a way “that was not in line with our direction,” when they held more than 60 U.S. citizens of Iranian heritage for up to 10 hours or more for questioning.

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Source: Homeland Security News CBP Chief Admits Agents Mistreated Iranian Americans at U.S.-Canada Border