Former U.S. Attorney Kenneth Polite's Review of LSU's System to Handle Sexual Misconduct Described as "Overly Optimistic"
Former FBI agent turned whistleblower and 5 women oppose Kenneth Polite’s nomination to lead the DOJ’s criminal division (fox8live.com)
‘SHE JUST SAID SHE WANTED TO BE BELIEVED’
FBI and DOJ abuse to protect a sexual predator and retaliate against a #whistleblower. (In the interest of full disclosure, I'm the one in the picture and the whistleblower. However, I think you'll find the article is very even-handed.)
FBI Agent’s Letters to Judge Describing DOJ Misconduct Favoring Sexual Predator, Censored for 4 Years, 7 Months
Agent Was Declared Unfit to Handle National Security Information and Fired for Sending I
Biden pick for key DOJ job criticized over deal in sex case
President Joe Biden’s pick to lead the U.S. Justice Department’s criminal division is facing new scrutiny over a plea deal he brokered with a Louisiana district attorney who was accused of coercing sexual favors from as many as two dozen women.
Former FBI agent claims Harry Morel case mishandled by federal prosecutors
There are explosive allegations against the U.S. Attorney’s Office from a former FBI agent turned whistleblower. At the center of those claims are how federal prosecutors handled the high-profile case against former St. Charles Parish District Attorney Harry Morel. .
Ex-FBI lawyer given probation for Russia probe actions
Interestingly, I've been delayed in posting this because I was working on a filing regarding other FBI lawyers concealing other DOJ misconduct. There is a cultural problem in the FBI and DOJ in which these officials believe that their actions should be immune from review. Whatever Clinesmith thought he was doing, altering a document is inexcusable, and results from this cultural problem. More transparency is the solution to it. If their e-mails and identities were subject to review, like the scrutiny subjected to criminal investigators, these FBI lawyers would be more careful in their work and government processes less vulnerable to corruption.
INSIDE THE BRUTAL POWER STRUGGLE AT HOMELAND SECURITY
This fascinating insight into a "Game of Thrones”-style power struggle within the U.S. Department of Homeland Security Inspector General’s office shows how ineffective these institutions are at fighting corruption and forcing reform. While this problem at the DHS IG is fueled by personal ambitions, these offices are flawed in general, because they are dependent on the very departments they are supposed to inspect and more concerned with maintaining a good relationship with the management of those departments than holding them accountable. Unfortunately, Congress has outsourced much of its oversight role to these flawed executive agencies. If Congress is serious about accountability, it should empower whistleblowers to report government misconduct/negligence to the public and hold those who retaliate against them personally accountable in federal court.
Corruption comes in many ‘grades’, says Annamalai in book - The Hindu
A book by a former Indian police officer exposes the extent of corruption in the Indian Police Service. He describes how postings are graded by "economic potential" based on the difficulty of work at the post and the ability to generate income, and bribes