posted on Dec, 1 2010 @ 03:40 PM
Let's hope this might bring some improvement in the atrocious legal corruption going on everywhere.
On the heels of a scathing report issued by the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights that detailed corruption, racism, lying under oath, and altering
official FBI documents on the part of the Justice Department, the internal 'watchdog' of the DOJ resigned, effective at the end of January.
Glenn Fine has served as the Justice Department's inspector-general for 10 years. His job is to help insure that the Department adheres to the law
and follows its own internal rules and regulations, along with commonly-accepted ethical standards.
According to a report at The Hill,
"Fine served as Justice’s inspector general for 10 years during a time of intense public scrutiny of the department. He will leave just as
Republicans in Congress are gearing up to launch an aggressive series of investigations of the Obama administration that will no doubt keep the
Justice Department and its internal watchdog busy."
Although Fine was never reticent about going after certain Bush Administration officials within the Department who obviously exhibited signs of
corruption, the inspector-general has been noticeably silent on numerous complaints about gross violations of the law in the Obama Justice