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Fake IDs Help Investigators Make Border Crossings

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Fake IDs Help Investigators Make Border Crossings

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Fake IDs Help Investigators Make Border Crossings

Fake IDs Help Investigators Make Border Crossings

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Congressional investigators testify before a Senate committee that using false identification, they entered the United States repeatedly from Canada, Mexico and Jamaica. And Homeland Security Secretary Tom Ridge announces that customs, immigration and other border inspectors will be combined into one new bureau to improve efficiency. NPR's Pam Fessler reports.

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