Anthony V. Mangione, who headed U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s South Florida office for four years, possessed up to 150 images of child pornography, some depicting the "extreme abuse of children," according to federal prosecutors.
He was busted while still working for ICE. This one’s bad and I’m not going to comment on it. This one makes the count because:
As the Special Agent in Charge of ICE’s South Florida office, Mangione supervised more than 400 employees in nine counties. He was regularly at the forefront of arrests of child pornography suspects, vowing to see them punished.
State Sponsored Criminal #458: Anthony V. Mangione
Because there are monsters in this world.
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