State Department Might Have Covered Up Sex and Drug Scandals – Update

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Hillary's staff may have engaged in sexual hijnks

Hillary Clinton’s security detail might have engaged in sexual hijinks

Update: 06/13:13: State Department whistleblower, Aurelia Fedenisn, has been threatened with prosecution after turning to Senator Ted Cruz and then the media over possible cover-ups of investigations into employee drug and sex scandals. That has prompted further investigation by lawmakers on Capitol Hill of the alleged squelched investigations.

Fedenisn provided documents to Cruz which included a memo by the State Department’s Office of the Inspector General that cites eight investigations that were “influenced, manipulated, or simply called off” during the tenure of former secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton. The investigations, Fedenisn says, were called off under pressure from State Department officials.

One of the allegations in the report is that members of Hillary Clinton’s security detail engaged prostitutes while on trips abroad. In another case, an underground drug ring might have supplied State Department officials with drugs.

CBS said that two hours after contacting the State Department about Fedenisn’s charges “investigators from the State Department’s Inspector General showed up at her door.”

Two diplomatic security agents spoke to her and her teenage children in a threatening manner in her home in Virginia according to Fedesin’s lawyer. They showed up at the home and told the teens that they demanded to speak to their mom immediately. They wanted to discuss the documents she had cc’d to Senator Ted Cruz.

Aurelia Fedenisn and her lawyers met with lawyers for the Office of the Inspector General. The government lawyers demanded she hand over all documents in her possession or they would refer the matter to the Department of Justice for prosecution. Fedenisn refused and is now looking for whistleblower protection.

Whistleblowers are protected but not necessarily when they go the press.

 

Original news: 06/10/13: CBS News has received a draft memo about the State Department’s Inspector General’s report indicating that the State Department might have covered up illegal sex and drug behavior.

There were eight examples of investigations about misconduct being influenced, manipulated, or called off.

This sounds like Benghazi. The one thing I am sure of is that Hillary Clinton will bear no responsibility.

One of the allegations in the report is that members of Hillary Clinton’s security detail engaged prostitutes while on trips abroad. In another case, an underground drug ring might have supplied State Department officials with drugs.

The State Department will not comment about specific allegations but they did say they don’t condone the behavior.

CBS interviewed Aurelia Fedenisn, a former investigator with the State Department’s inspector general’s office. She said the IG uncovered a number of cases of wrongdoing “some of which never became cases.” She added “we were very upset. We expect to see influence, but the degree to which that influence existed and how high up it went was very disturbing.”

Ms. Fedenisn was with the State Department for 26 years.

In one case she cited, State Department investigators from the Diplomatic Security Service were told to stop investigating the behavior of a US ambassador who was suspected of meeting with prostitutes in a public park. The ambassador was summoned to DC but was allowed to return to his post.

CBS said that two hours after contacting the State Department about Fedenisn’s charges “investigators from the State Department’s Inspector General showed up at her door.”

Full story at Yahoo News

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