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May 2002

O'Neill praises Customs for its anti-terrorism efforts

C-TPAT: Life in the FAST lane

Shahtoosh trade unlawful, threatens extinction

Nicole Nason, Assistant Commissioner of Congressional Affairs

The aircrew that refused to let nature beat them

Team effort ensures seizure of switchblade knives disguised as lighters

Rolex, Inc. recognizes CyberSmuggling investigations

Moving up on the outside, it's IPR seizures

The CABINET builders


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U.S. Customs Valor Memorial Ceremony

A Customs Inspector and Customs Honor Guard salute Mrs. Joan Murray, the widow of Inspector Thomas Murray, as Inspector Murray's name is unveiled on the U.S. Customs Valor Memorial in a ceremony hosted by Commissioner Bonner on May 14. Inspector Murray died in the line of duty on October 30, 2001, after entering the cargo hold of a ship in Gramercy, La.

A Customs Inspector and Customs Honor Guard salute Mrs. Joan Murray, the widow of Inspector Thomas Murray, as Inspector Murray’s name is unveiled on the U.S. Customs Valor Memorial in a ceremony hosted by Commissioner Bonner on May 14. Inspector Murray died in the line of duty on October 30, 2001, after entering the cargo hold of a ship in Gramercy, La.

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