Turf wars

Van Boven, Sarah; Miller, Susan
June 1996
Newsweek;6/17/1996, Vol. 127 Issue 25, p4
Informs that Louis Freeh, director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), has lost a battle to take control of the United States' war on drugs. The classified memo which Freeh and DEA chief Tom Constantine gave to President Bill Clinton, asking for more powers to fight drugs; Outrage from State and CIA officials over what they considered a sneak attack on their turf.


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