Retired Homeland Security officer discusses drug law enforcement

Share

Today on Radioactivity, Rob Lorei speaks to a retired Department of Homeland Security officer about Amendment Two, medical marijuana and the impact of drug enforcement on law enforcement and securing our borders

Raymond Strack retired in January 2010 from the Department of Homeland Security, Bureau of Immigration and Customs Enforcement as a Supervisory Criminal Investigator/ Supervisory Special Agent. He began his Federal Law Enforcement career as a Customs Patrol Officer in 1983 in New York City, and spent a majority of his early career as a Customs Special Agent at JFK Airport. It was while working at JFK that he began to understand the enormity and futility of the war on drugs, participating in the arrests of a continuous parade of drug couriers, themselves pawns in the international drug trade.

You may also like

The Scoop: Mon. July 22nd, 2024 Tampa Bay and Florida headlines by WMNF

President Biden drops out of the race, find out how...

Medicaid
Medicaid contracts in Florida spark a lawsuit

A losing bidder has filed a lawsuit seeking to prevent...

Kamala Harris. Official portrait via whitehouse.gov vice president
Some Florida reactions to Joe Biden withdrawing from the presidential race and endorsing Kamala Harris

Many Democratic leaders have lined up behind Harris since Biden...

Economic plans, the environment and communities

Sunday Forum Sunday Forum II This Parramore neighborhood pool in...

Ways to listen

WMNF is listener-supported. That means we don't advertise like a commercial station, and we're not part of a university.

Ways to support

WMNF volunteers have fun providing a variety of needed services to keep your community radio station alive and kickin'.

Follow us on Instagram

It's The Music Monday
Player position: