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Tuesday, September 29, 2015

RPT: DEA Agents Kept Jobs After Serious Misconduct, Including Handing Out Drugs

The U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration has allowed its employees to stay on the job despite internal investigations that found they committed serious misconduct, according to newly disclosed records.

The records show that since 2010, agents have escaped with warnings or suspensions after falsifying records, misusing government vehicles while drunk, lying to authorities, associating with criminals, failing drug tests and even distributing drugs.

Of the 50 employees the DEA's Board of Professional Conduct recommended be fired following misconduct investigations, only 13 were actually terminated, the records show.



lmclain said...

Almost like the Crips.

Except the Crips have better guns and don't have an "I can do anything I want" badge.

Anonymous said...

When you lower standards and put an Obama want a be this is what you get. A friend is a Philly cop and one of them got popped on a piss test. Still working. Guess what nationality? ?

Anonymous said...

If you don't carry a loaded gun for work then your not a real man. Sorry is what it is.

Anonymous said...

Incompetence is the new norm, every since we put a Muslim community organizer in the Whitehouse.

Anonymous said...

They work for the gov't, how respectable can they be?