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By John R. Bolton
The president fiddles at his domestic altar while the world burns
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Topic - Stan Barry
Twenty-five persons have been arrested by federal and local law enforcement authorities in Virginia following "Operation Bull Run," a two-year investigation that targeted both the sources of supply and the dealers in a multimillion-dollar cocaine and heroin operation.
"Getting drugs and guns off the streets will make our communities and residents safer," Sheriff Barry said.
Fairfax County Sheriff Stan Barry said the arrests reflected "the outstanding partnership" among federal, state and local law-enforcement officials in combating drug trafficking and violent crime.