| Sandy Nunn |
|Exposed||US/Customs and Border Protection/Corruption|
|Member of||National Security Whistleblowers Coalition|
Sandy G. Nunn is a whistleblower.
A federal agent with the U.S. Customs Service for over 12 years, Nunn worked in both domestic and international cases, and had a very broad-based background in large-scale narcotics investigations; international money-laundering investigations; arms and high-technology transfer including chemical, biological & weapons of mass destruction. She was Lead Case Agent for what was regarded as the "second largest money laundering case in U.S. history" -- a scam responsible for laundering over $150 million in drug proceeds throughout the U.S. and foreign banks. She also served in an undercover capacity on major arms cases resulting in the seizure of more than 1000 fully-automatic AK-47's being imported illegally from mainland China.
Like Fitzgerald-Catalan (mentioned above), Nunn was one of three whistleblowers to fight high-level corruption within the Customs Service, including the agency's failure to move against sophisticated operations smuggling tons of narcotics and perhaps other illegal goods into the country. In response to their protected disclosures, the three agents were the objects of continuing retaliatory investigations, were put under surveillance by their own agency, threatened, disciplined and in Fitzgerald-Catalan and Nunn's cases, forced out of the agency.
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