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DEA Blasted for Botching Operation under Obama

serfserf Member Posts: 8,876 ✭✭✭✭
edited June 2017 in Politics
More damning operations of The DEA enforcement agency. It's seems that our government is losing control of it Agencies to find justice in it's endeavors to control illegal activities.

serf

http://www.judicialwatch.org/blog/2017/05/dea-blasted-botching-operation-lying-coverup-wrongdoing/

For years agents participated in wild sex parties with hookers paid for by local drug cartels in foreign countries, according to a federal audit that reveals the parties were held in locations leased by the U.S. government where sensitive equipment such as agents? laptops and electronic devices were laying around. Adding insult to injury, half of the federal agent investigated for partying with prostitutes got financial bonuses from the DEA, according to a federal audit published months after the hooker scandal broke. Prior to that the DEA made headlines for losing weapons and agency laptops containing sensitive files.

The drug interdiction missions were conducted jointly by the DEA, U.S. State Department and the government of Honduras between May 11 and July 3 of 2012 as part of a program called ?Operation Anvil.? A scathing federal audit released this week by the Inspector General for the departments of Justice and State, offers troubling details of the DEA?s transgressions in the Central American operations, coverup and lies to Congress.

Investigators found that in the aftermath of the botched missions, top DEA officials consistently lied to the Department of Justice (DOJ), the DEA?s umbrella agency, and federal lawmakers. The probe also determined that DEA agents acted in a command role during the missions rather their authorized role as advisors, failed to cooperate with Diplomatic Security?s efforts to investigate, blocked Honduran investigators from questioning agents or examining their weapons and failed to report a host nation counterpart?s planting of a gun at the scene. Then, when the DEA supposedly conducted an internal investigation of the shootings, the facts were covered up. This is referred to as a ?paper exercise? in the IG?s lengthy report. ??DEA inspectors did not meet their responsibility of ensuring a thorough, factual, and objective investigation of a very sensitive shooting incident,? the watchdog report states.

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  • droptopdroptop Member Posts: 8,925
    edited November -1
    quote:Originally posted by serf


    More damning operations of The DEA enforcement agency. It's seems that our government is losing control of it Agencies to find justice in it's endeavors to control illegal activities.

    serf

    http://www.judicialwatch.org/blog/2017/05/dea-blasted-botching-operation-lying-coverup-wrongdoing/

    For years agents participated in wild sex parties with hookers paid for by local drug cartels in foreign countries, according to a federal audit that reveals the parties were held in locations leased by the U.S. government where sensitive equipment such as agents? laptops and electronic devices were laying around. Adding insult to injury, half of the federal agent investigated for partying with prostitutes got financial bonuses from the DEA, according to a federal audit published months after the hooker scandal broke. Prior to that the DEA made headlines for losing weapons and agency laptops containing sensitive files.

    The drug interdiction missions were conducted jointly by the DEA, U.S. State Department and the government of Honduras between May 11 and July 3 of 2012 as part of a program called ?Operation Anvil.? A scathing federal audit released this week by the Inspector General for the departments of Justice and State, offers troubling details of the DEA?s transgressions in the Central American operations, coverup and lies to Congress.

    Investigators found that in the aftermath of the botched missions, top DEA officials consistently lied to the Department of Justice (DOJ), the DEA?s umbrella agency, and federal lawmakers. The probe also determined that DEA agents acted in a command role during the missions rather their authorized role as advisors, failed to cooperate with Diplomatic Security?s efforts to investigate, blocked Honduran investigators from questioning agents or examining their weapons and failed to report a host nation counterpart?s planting of a gun at the scene. Then, when the DEA supposedly conducted an internal investigation of the shootings, the facts were covered up. This is referred to as a ?paper exercise? in the IG?s lengthy report. ??DEA inspectors did not meet their responsibility of ensuring a thorough, factual, and objective investigation of a very sensitive shooting incident,? the watchdog report states.



    Hazardous duty pay, if that does not quality don't know what will, although Obummers Cartagena advance team thought prostitutes were free and got busted for not paying.
  • serfserf Member Posts: 8,876 ✭✭✭✭
    edited November -1
    quote:Originally posted by droptop
    quote:Originally posted by serf


    More damning operations of The DEA enforcement agency. It's seems that our government is losing control of it Agencies to find justice in it's endeavors to control illegal activities.

    serf

    http://www.judicialwatch.org/blog/2017/05/dea-blasted-botching-operation-lying-coverup-wrongdoing/

    For years agents participated in wild sex parties with hookers paid for by local drug cartels in foreign countries, according to a federal audit that reveals the parties were held in locations leased by the U.S. government where sensitive equipment such as agents? laptops and electronic devices were laying around. Adding insult to injury, half of the federal agent investigated for partying with prostitutes got financial bonuses from the DEA, according to a federal audit published months after the hooker scandal broke. Prior to that the DEA made headlines for losing weapons and agency laptops containing sensitive files.

    The drug interdiction missions were conducted jointly by the DEA, U.S. State Department and the government of Honduras between May 11 and July 3 of 2012 as part of a program called ?Operation Anvil.? A scathing federal audit released this week by the Inspector General for the departments of Justice and State, offers troubling details of the DEA?s transgressions in the Central American operations, coverup and lies to Congress.

    Investigators found that in the aftermath of the botched missions, top DEA officials consistently lied to the Department of Justice (DOJ), the DEA?s umbrella agency, and federal lawmakers. The probe also determined that DEA agents acted in a command role during the missions rather their authorized role as advisors, failed to cooperate with Diplomatic Security?s efforts to investigate, blocked Honduran investigators from questioning agents or examining their weapons and failed to report a host nation counterpart?s planting of a gun at the scene. Then, when the DEA supposedly conducted an internal investigation of the shootings, the facts were covered up. This is referred to as a ?paper exercise? in the IG?s lengthy report. ??DEA inspectors did not meet their responsibility of ensuring a thorough, factual, and objective investigation of a very sensitive shooting incident,? the watchdog report states.



    Hazardous duty pay, if that does not quality don't know what will, although Obummers Cartagena advance team thought prostitutes were free and got busted for not paying.


    It's humanism teachings that have corrupted our Government! It's all about sex,power,booze and money now! My whole city is turning into Liberal,progressives catering to every fringe minority regardless of their immoral activities or hatred of Christian values.

    serf
  • spasmcreekspasmcreek Member Posts: 38,925
    edited November -1
    did anyone get fired ??? lose their retirement ??
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