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“The Department of Justice (DOJ) Office of the Inspector General (OIG) initiated this investigation upon the receipt of information from the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) concerning multiple allegations involving an FBI contractor and three FBI officials,” the investigative summary said.
“The OIG found that as a result of conduct by two current senior FBI officials, and one retired FBI official, the FBI contractor engaged in certain inherent governmental activities in contravention of Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR). Additionally, the OIG found that these three FBI officials did not adhere to Office of Management and Budget policy while managing the contractor. Further, the OIG found that the FBI contractor failed to adhere to personal conflict of interest rules under the FAR.”
The report was then provided to the FBI for appropriate action.
originally posted by: carewemust
a reply to: Justoneman
No..it just has to do with contracts and appropriations. A nothing burger.
Last year, the OIG said a top FBI person raped an employee, and groped other subordinates. But he retired from govt before charges could be leveled. That's how they escape punishment. Retire...lock in that lifetime pension/health benefits.
originally posted by: burntheships
a reply to: xuenchen
Wait, this could be huge!
I recall that Andrew McCabe was set to be investigated over his
interference with a sexual harassment case in the FBI.
This was when Mike Flynn took up the complaint, and started
an investigation into McCabe's refusal to handle the case in
a professional matter. Then McCabe set up the Flynn meeting
in which the FBI "snared" Flynn!
So, this could be McCabe and his superiors. James Comey
originally posted by: shooterbrody
Did the calendar story and text messages get forgotten so soon?