Author Of DHS Border-Agent Report Lied To Congress
A heavily redacted Department of Homeland Security report on the prosecutions of Border Patrol agents Ignacio Ramos and Jose Compean was issued by Assistant Inspector General Elizabeth M. Redman, one of four investigators called upon to resign for lying to Congress.
The 77-page report – which Redman issued with her signature in November – was released to the public yesterday on the heels of DHS Inspector
General Robert Skinner's admission at a hearing that his deputies falsely told lawmakers the agency had documentary proof the border agents were rogue cops "out to shoot Mexicans."
Yesterday, Culberson called for Redman and the three other officials to resign.