FBI agents should do what Border Patrol agents did: Publicly criticize their organization

FBI agents should do what Border Patrol agents did: Publicly criticize their organization
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There is only one thing, at this point, that can rehabilitate the reputation of a once honorable organization now up to its neck in the muck of influenced investigations and tampered justice.  A number of current FBI agents must publicly condemn Director Comey and deplore the deeply disturbing, very unusual actions taken by the FBI in these investigations. …

If FBI agents need a model, they might look to the National Border Control Council, which, frustrated by politically correct border enforcement, took the Obama administration to task.  These border control agents cared more about America than their careers and used their private association as a vehicle.

There is an FBI Agents Association that represents 12,000 current and retired agents and advocates criminal justice issues to Congress. … Nothing prevents these field office representatives from signing a letter on behalf of the members in their region condemning the whole structure of this putrid conspiracy against honorable and serious investigation.

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