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Spanning more than a decade, former FBI directors Robert Mueller and his successor and protégé James Comey relied on their inner circles to help cover up a surging and troubling amount of sexual misconduct complaints filed by physically violated and emotionally battered female FBI agents.
There is a culture of corruption in the FBI. Or the FBI is a culture of corruption.
“They (Mueller and Comey) didn’t care as long as they were insulated politically,” one female FBI insider said. “It’s rampant. People wouldn’t believe it. Agents are being sexually assaulted and they are terrified to speak out.”
While similar sexual abuse in Hollywood has garnered the public’s outrage and attention, the systemic abuse fostered by Mueller and Comey is far
Then there’s the pending concern for blackmail. Yes, blackmail. Inside the FBI. Employed as a political or nefarious tool by FBI brass. What better leverage would a superior use to get an unwilling agent to do dirty work – even break the law — than to threaten that agent to expose his infidelity with a FBI colleague – or multiple colleagues — to his wife?
“This is happening more than anyone would ever know,” said one FBI agent who has served under multiple directors. “You realize the people you’re working for are worse than the criminals. This is old-fashioned extortion and it’s out of control.”
According to long-time FBI veterans who began their careers in the 1990s, then-FBI Director Louis Freeh instituted a sweeping disciplinary policy for FBI supervisors soliciting sex with subordinates or any FBI agents engaging in extramarital sexual affairs.
“Freeh would just pull your security clearance because he feared you might be blackmailed,” one FBI veteran said. “And they would make you tell your spouse so there wasn’t any leverage. They don’t do that anymore. Now it’s chaos.”
originally posted by: knoxie
REEKS of desperation to me.
originally posted by: DJMSN
a reply to: Tempter
Most likely a hit piece but one with truth in it. This type of behavior has been an ongoing issue for decades in both the public and private sectors so while I believe it, it will be skewered and slanted against those two mentioned but they were in charge. We shall see.
But law suits are public and tougher to mask. In 2016, Former FBI agent Danielle Marks filed a sexual abuse lawsuit against the FBI and also named Comey as a defendant in U.S. District Court in Denver, CO.
I can't help but notice the timing of this article in relation to the ongoing Russian collusion investigation. What do you think, ATS? Is this a "hit piece" or is it "One of the most important stories I have ever been a part of in 30+ years.", as the article's author suggests?
originally posted by: GuidedKill
I am familiar with the crazy amount of infidelity that plagues every day police departments.