(Worthy News) – Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, wrote letters Monday pressing the Department of Justice for answers after an internal FBI audit found that agents violated rules at least hundreds of times over a year and a half.
A 2019 report published by The Washington Times earlier this month shows that of the 353 sensitive FBI cases audited, there were 747 “compliance errors,” making it a ratio of slightly more than two problems per case.
Errors included agents’ failure to get approval from FBI officials to begin an investigation and failure to communicate with prosecutors and create the proper pre-investigation documentation. The investigations targeted political candidates and religious and political groups, among others. [ Source: Just the News (Read More…) ]
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