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Saturday, April 11, 2015

We have to tell DOJ employees to obey the law?

Attorney General Eric Holder issued a memo to Department of Justice employees to quit hiring hookers -- after the Drug Enforcement Agency blew wads of other people's money on hookers and blow.

Make that got caught blowing money on hookers and blow.

Only the Lord and their consciences know how many times they did so before.

This is ugly. This is a time to sweep out the DEA of all its incompetents and corrupt agents. Ditto the Secret Service.

In fact, Congress should look into making significant personnel reductions in these agencies, particularly the DEA. Established in 1973, the agency has turned rogue with drug cartels throwing parties for them. Yes, the agents who engaged in this are only a small portion of the over 10,000 people in the DEA. But these were the men teh agency depended on fighting illegal drugs at thewor source.

From Fox News:
Attorney General Eric Holder sent a memo to employees of the Department of Justice Friday, reminding them that soliciting prostitutes is against agency rules and that violation of those rules could lead to suspension or termination.
“The solicitation of prostitution threatens the core mission of the Department, not simply because it invites extortion, blackmail, and leaks of sensitive or classified information, but also because it undermines the Department's efforts to eradicate the scourge of human trafficking,” the memo said.
The memo was sent weeks after a Justice Department watchdog report alleged several Drug Enforcement Administration agents attended "sex parties" with prostitutes in an unnamed “host country” paid for by local drug cartels.
The alleged parties took place over a period of several years. According to the report by the Justice Department inspector general, the parties were even held in agents' U.S. government-leased quarters.
The IG report found such allegations often went unreported or underreported, or were not pursued properly.
Holder said in the memo Friday that the prohibition on soliciting prostitutes also applies when employees are off duty, or in a foreign country where prostitution is legal.
Memos are nice, but where are the indictments?

And there is this: "An off-duty member of the Secret Service’s uniformed division was arrested Friday morning and charged with trying to kick in the front door of his ex-girlfriend’s apartment. Arthur E. Baldwin, 29, was charged with first-degree burglary and destruction of property."

2 comments:

  1. Spellcheck: " But these were the men teh agency depended on fighting illegal drugs at thewor source." Teh? Thewor?

    "...attended "sex parties" with prostitutes in an unnamed “host country” paid for by local drug cartels." Sounds like a perfect setup for blackmail.

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  2. Hookers & blow.... Fantastic.

    The federal government is a caricature of a parody.

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