Thursday, June 18, 2015

Hillary's Accomplishments: State Department Hid Dysfunction, Corruption Of Hillary Years

Corruption: State Department investigators were apparently pressured to cut parts of a report that would hurt Hillary Clinton's presidential hopes. ServerGate may be followed by InspectorGate.
From 2009 to 2013, she traveled to more nations than any top U.S. diplomat in history. But U.S. foreign policy today is in a shambles, from a destabilized Middle East on the threshold of a nuclear arms race to a backfired Russian "reset" with ex-KGB officer Vladimir Putin becoming more aggressive to America than any time since the Cold War.
Now that incompetence is compounded by more scandal. Richard Higbie, a senior criminal investigator at State's Bureau of Diplomatic Security, gave the Washington Examiner early drafts of a 2013 investigation into the department's policies and effectiveness.
Among the passages purged from the final version was one noting that "Inspectors learned in conversations with Department employees . .. that in some cases superiors in (diplomatic security) and in senior levels of the State Department have prejudiced the commencement, course and outcome of (special investigations)."
Another found that "rising stars" at State were protected "from criminal charges or from embarrassing revelations that could harm a promising career," including "allegations that a Regional Security Officer engaged in serious criminal conduct including sexual abuse of local embassy staff during a series of embassy postings."
Additionally, "some agents on the Secretary's Detail" were shielded "from investigations into misbehavior while on official trips."
But that may not be the worst of it. The draft notes: "Sources reported that a senior '7th Floor' Department official ordered (diplomatic security) to stop the investigation of an ambassador accused of pedophilia," the Examiner reported.
Read the rest of the story HERE.

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