Beyond that, federal police force officials are afforded anonymity even with the disciplinary

Beyond that, federal police force officials are afforded anonymity even with the disciplinary

Jim Mustian, Associated Press

WASHINGTON (AP) — An assistant FBI manager retired after he had been accused of drunkenly groping a feminine subordinate in a stairwell. Another FBI that is senior official after he had been discovered to own intimately harassed eight workers. Just one more high-ranking FBI agent resigned after he had been accused of blackmailing a young employee into intimate encounters.

An Associated Press research has identified at the very least six sexual misconduct allegations involving senior FBI officials within the last 5 years, including two brand new claims brought this week by women that state they certainly were intimately assaulted by ranking agents. All the accused FBI officials seems to have avoided control, the AP found, and many had been quietly transported or resigned, maintaining their complete retirement benefits and advantages also whenever probes substantiated the misconduct that is sexual against them. Continue reading “Beyond that, federal police force officials are afforded anonymity even with the disciplinary”