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DEA Survivors Benefit Fund Supports Families of Our Heroes with Scholarships and Grants

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Left to right: Dr. Sam Torres, Mrs. Margie Montoya, Mr. John Montoya, SAC Steve Delgado and DEASBF Board Member Brian Wammack.

SEP 27--Los Angeles, CA--On August 25, 2004, on behalf of the DEA Survivors Benefit Fund, Special Agent in Charge Steve Delgado of the Los Angeles Field Division presented a check for $25,000 to the California State University Long Beach School of Criminal Justice. The endowment was presented to the DEA Special Agent George Montoya Scholarship Fund. The check was accepted by Special Agent Montoya’s parents, John and Margie, and Dr. Samuel Torres, Chairman of the Criminal Justice Program.

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DEA Eliminates Major Source of US Meth
Joint US/Canada Investigation Yields Large
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SEP 23--DEA Deputy Administrator Michele Leonhart today announced the successful culmination of Operation Brain Drain, a 17-month joint OCDETF investigation which identified and dismantled the most significant source of ephedrine from Canada to the United States. Operation Brain Drain targeted Canadian bulk ephedrine distributors and their U.S. associates, as well as U.S.-based Mexican methamphetamine manufacturers and distributors. DEA and the Royal Canadian Mounted Police led a joint effort in this investigation.

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Illegal Drugs Return to Times Square
New DEA Museum opens September 14

photo - Traffickers, Terrorists and YouSEP 14--Illegal drugs from ecstasy to crack are back in Times Square – all safely under glass in what will be the world’s highest profile anti-drug museum at One Times Square called Target America: Drug Traffickers, Terrorists and You.

The 15,000 sq foot, three-story museum opens September 14, 2004, and illustrates the high price Americans pay for drug abuse.

The free exhibit explains how illegal drug users are not the only victims. Displays include an actual drug related car wreck, a jungle cocaine lab, an Afghan heroin “factory,” a re-created methamphetamine hotel cook room, a tenement crack-house room, and interactive kiosks that explain how dealers launder money to profit terrorists.

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