The head of the Drug Enforcement Administration took a private chartered jet to Bogota, Colombia at a cost of more than $123,000 instead of flying one of the agency's government planes.
The head of the Drug Enforcement Administration took a private chartered jet to Bogota, Colombia at a cost of more than $123,000 instead of flying one of the agency's government planes. Paul Moseley / Fort Worth Star-Telegram / MCT
The head of the Drug Enforcement Administration took a private chartered jet to Bogota, Colombia at a cost of more than $123,000 instead of flying one of the agency's government planes. Paul Moseley / Fort Worth Star-Telegram / MCT

DEA has 106 planes, so why did it charter private jet for chief?

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