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Feds Refuse to Act on Admitted Child Molestation/Abuse by Agents

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posted on Apr, 29 2014 @ 06:08 AM
Just more of the typical disgusting behavior by Government officials and employees.

And another example to add to the massive pile of proof that there are one set of rules for some, and another set for others.

It's almost as if the Government wants a violent revolution and their heads on spikes in front of the White House! SMH

'Not legally obligated' When confronted with the lapses by the inspector general's investigators, the National Reconnaissance Office's then-top lawyers said they "were not legally obligated ... to report child sexual abuse to DOJ or law enforcement organizations because child abuse is a state crime, not a federal crime," the report said.

The nation's spy satellite agency failed to notify authorities when some employees and contractors confessed during lie detector tests to crimes such as child molestation, an intelligence inspector general has concluded.

In other cases, the National Reconnaissance Office delayed reporting criminal admissions obtained during security clearance polygraphs, possibly jeopardizing evidence in investigations or even the safety of children, according to the inspector general report released Tuesday, almost two years after McClatchy's reporting raised similar concerns.

In one instance, one of the agency's top lawyers told colleagues not to bother reporting confessions by a government contractor of child molestation, viewing child pornography and sexting with a minor, the inquiry by the inspector general for the intelligence community revealed.

As much as I despise the overreach of all Government and the ridiculous police state- child abuse and molestation is one area that I actually support zero-tolerance and mandatory minimums.

edit on 29-4-2014 by ltinycdancerg because: (no reason given)

posted on Apr, 29 2014 @ 07:08 AM
a reply to: ltinycdancerg
I agree and I don't think there should be a statute of limitations either.

I took a college class where the teacher brought a molester to class to answer questions and he had never been convicted even though he admitted to molesting his own kids as well as their friends for YEARS just because too much time had passed before the story came out. It was really upsetting and there were a handful of students that walked out of class because they couldn't handle what the dude had to say.

posted on Apr, 29 2014 @ 07:15 AM
I'd like to know how many of these candidates were hired after such admissions.

posted on Apr, 29 2014 @ 10:00 AM
While I would never condone child abuse of any kind I think that the point that these agencies are not overstepping their bounds should be noted. They should however suggested which authorities should be contacted. To me it's proof that govt are not trying to run every aspect of life for us. I do not see it as them condoning this as someone suggested just because of social standing. They are clearly staying within the lines set for them .
Well that's my silver lining on the cloud.

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