Stanley E. Morris fancies his anti-laundering agency the model 21st century crime fighter, but the toys in his inner sanctum hark back to the past.

A Colt pistol, a U.S. marshal's badge, a Winchester rifle, and other artifacts are displayed in cases in his office in this Washington suburb. A picture of Gen. George S. Patton hangs on the wall behind his desk.

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