OIG: Department Of Justice Refused To Charge At Least Two Of Its Corrupt, Lawbreaking Attorneys

OIG: Department Of Justice Refused To Charge At Least Two Of Its Corrupt, Lawbreaking Attorneys


Just one month after Attorney General Merrick Garland berated Americans for daring to question the Department of Justice and the FBI’s credibility, the Office of the Inspector General released investigative summaries detailing how at least three assistant U.S. attorneys engaged in inappropriate, illegal, and unruly behavior that went unchecked by Garland’s agency.

Despite clear evidence that these federal lawyers broke DOJ policy, and in some cases, even state and federal laws, the DOJ deliberately refused to prosecute at least two of them.

The first OIG report confirms that an assistant U.S. attorney maintained “Inappropriate Physical Contact with a Foreign Service National” by “forcibly” grabbing the FSN, who was employed by the U.S. State Department, by the chin “in an aggressive gesture.”

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