It's Your Money, Gov't Anti-Crime Grants

Controversy Over Federal Anti-Crime Money

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J. Robert Flores, a Bush appointee and former prosecutor, heads the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention, part of the DOJ. Flores says he was never bound by his staff's recommendations and that he made decisions based "on the overall" need in the country. (AP Photo)
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