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FBI Agent Joyner: 2257 Record-Keeping ‘Very Poor’ But Improving

AVN.com reports:

LOS ANGELES – “Very poor, with a couple of exceptions.”

That’s how Chuck Joyner, the FBI supervisory special agent in charge of the ongoing Section 2257 inspections in southern California, sums up the quality of the record keeping he’s seen so far across the 19 companies inspected during the course of the past year.

“There are a couple of companies out there whose record keeping is so bad that they could easily hire a minor and would never know it,” Joyner remarked during a 45-minute, face-to-face interview last Thursday at the FBI offices on Wilshire Boulevard in Los Angeles and in the presence of Laura Eimiller, who handles FBI press and public relations.

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