2 Responses

  1. They are above the law. They make up the laws. Just what does this women do for a job. What a joke. Our tax dollars at work again.

  2. The agents should have been criminally prosecuted, not fired. Security clearances could have been and should have been suspended immediately. Civil Service regulations are labyrinthine, but conduct in a US employee that would be subject to prosecution if it was charged in a non-employee is not protected by those regulations.

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