Sexual Misconduct at the FBI
A new Inspector General's report is due shortly:
The Justice Department inspector general reported yesterday examples of inappropriate sexual behavior and racial comments by senior FBI managers, saying the cases reinforced earlier findings that the FBI has repeatedly let senior managers get away with egregious conduct while meting out harsher punishment to lower-level employees for similar behavior.
....the findings come on the heels of a broader report by Fine in November 2002 that found a strong perception among FBI employees that a double standard of discipline exists within the agency. As a result of these and other concerns, FBI Director Robert S. Mueller III earlier this year commissioned an independent review of the Office of Professional Responsibility, which conducts internal FBI investigations. A report from the panel is expected soon.
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