Justice Dept. won’t charge FBI agents accused of botching Nassar case

The G-Men protecting their own. “We are so sorry and we promise this will never happen again.”

https://www.washingtonpost.com/national-security/2022/05/26/larry-nassar-fbi-agents-no-charges/ 

Just let our agent retire with no repercussions is more like it.

May you never need law enforcement for any reason, whether you are an Olympic athlete, a college student, or an elementary student in Uvalde, Texas or Oakland County, Michigan, or a victim anywhere. The deck is stacked and it’s not in your favor. The house always wins.


2 Comments on “Justice Dept. won’t charge FBI agents accused of botching Nassar case”

  1. cathybroad says:

    Having learned nothing from the 1999 school massacre by two white students at Columbine High School, https://www.washingtonpost.com/nation/2022/05/26/uvalde-police-response-questions/?utm_campaign=ext_rweb&utm_medium=referral&utm_source=extension, neither the best protocol for an active school shooter, nor the lesson that CYA maneuvers by law enforcement can be exposed, every single person in law enforcement at any level should be required to read Columbine, by Dave Cullen (2009).

  2. Mary deYoung says:

    So the Justice Department said it will “undertake efforts to keep victims at the center of our work and to ensure that they are heard, respected, and treated fairly throughout the process, as they deserve.” If it has to “undertake efforts” to learn this—the respect for the human and civil rights of complainants that is rock bottom fundamental to the very idea of justice—then the Department has gone far off course. And I can’t help but wonder if the Department is okay with that listening and respecting stuff for other crimes, but when it comes to sexual assault, and female complainants or child victims, and powerful perpetrators, it acts like every other unenlightened, close-minded, misogynistic institution, and it ceases to listen, respect and treat fairly.


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