WASHINGTON — The Crime Museum in Washington is opening a new exhibit with the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency about the work behind homeland security.
Organizers say the exhibit opening Wednesday will include some high-profile immigration enforcement cases and details on counterfeit goods. It will feature objects from 9/11 and ground zero in New York City, as well as counterfeit goods and smuggling paraphernalia.
Immigration and Customs Enforcement is part of the Department of Homeland Security that was created after the 9/11 terrorist attacks. The agency’s deputy director will help open the exhibit Wednesday.
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