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- George Morrison lead agent for Special Operations, the elite, five-person undercover unit of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service who arrested Anson Wong, has since become Resident Agent in charge of the Denver office. *Please note:* The photo gallery below, with shots from Mr. Christy's article, contains some images that some may find disturbing.
- Bryan Christy wrote article "The Kingpin" for National Geographic and author of the book "The Lizard King."
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