FBI Director Wray, long accused of covering up corruption, has ordered an internal investigation into the handling of the Flynn Affair.
The “after-action” investigation, announced Friday, will focus on two areas: rooting out any misconduct by current FBI employees and evaluating the need to change bureau policies.
A statement noted that the FBI will evaluate whether disciplinary measures will be necessary for any current employees, although the bureau lacks the prosecutorial authority to bring a criminal case. The statement also said the FBI lacks the ability to take any disciplinary action against former employees.
One must wonder who lit a fire under him, and can the FBI investigate itself. Silly question.
— David Spunt (@davidspunt) May 22, 2020