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Homeland Security Inspector General Is Accused of Mismanagement, Nepotism

Steve Neavling
ticklethewire.com

The acting inspector general of Homeland Security is accused of mismanagement and nepotism, the New York Post reports.

Documents obtained by the Post show that Charles Edwards took at least four jaunts on the taxpayers’ dime and employed his wife.

Never mind that Edwards’ job is to protect the agency from violating rules and laws.

At least four of the trips involved travels to Miami and Ft. Lauderdale, where Edwards was attending a computer information-sciences degree at Nova Southeastern University, according to the Post.

“If those allegations turn out to be true, then this deputy inspector general is violating his role as a public servant who is being paid on the taxpayer dime,” said Mary Beth Hutchins, of the group Cause of Action.


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