Border agency’s watchdog under investigation for coverup @ McClatchyDC

Border agency’s watchdog under investigation for coverup

In keeping with the previous link to the Gallup pollhere’s news that just isn’t getting picked up. Who’s watching the henhouse? Extra-special hens who are supposed to watch the special hens who watched the hens doing some heinously sick shit. What bubble must those internal internal affairs investigators live in to not have caught wind of this long before the allegations started? And why on earth aren’t allegations of this nature investigated by independent investigators appointed by the DOJ? I smell a bus comin’, and some folks better be ready to get thrown under it. I have grave doubts that anything revealed will cut out the real infection. In other news, McClatchy has a bad case of anonymice.

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