Monday, July 30, 2007

Another FBI Sex Scandal -- No Wonder Why They Like Spying On Us In Our Bathrooms

Ten years ago, if someone had told me that the FBI could be involved in extensive criminal activity, I would have thought that they were at the very least seriously misinformed. After all, how could this nation's premier law enforcement agency be involved in criminal activity? FBI agents were the good guys and gals who arrested criminals.

Ten years later and with many first hand experiences with this agency that I would prefer to forget, I realize how ignorant I was back then -- and moreover, how naive the American people in general are regarding the FBI and its machinations. However, even if many Americans were to learn of the FBI's illegal COINTELPRO activities -- something which has plagued us as a country for nearly a Century, they would be slack jawed to learn of the salacious activities of many of its agents, who are the antithesis of the FBI's once pristine public image of fidelity, bravery and integrity. For these agents it's more like drunk, horny and looking for action.

The following article discusses this is some detail. And by all means, pass it on since it's the least that I can do for these FEDS, given the treatment that they have subjected my Family and me to over the past several years.

An excerpt from the article "FBI Sex Raises Privacy Issues."

"It's a steamy story of sex, lies and videotape, told in an obscure federal court case the FBI doesn't want you to hear about.

But the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review uncovered the hidden details of 'Dale J. Herr vs. the Department of Justice' at the normally staid U.S. Merit Systems Protection Board in Washington, the agency where fired federal workers go to get their jobs back.

The Federal Bureau of Investigation's quest to keep its dirty laundry from public sight concerns civil libertarians, who worry 9/11 turned a naturally secretive agency into a place that now walls off even routine litigation. Labor lawyers also fear federal courts are letting agencies pry too far into the private lives of employees.

The salacious Herr dossier makes the FBI's Cleveland field office into Hugh Hefner's Playboy Mansion. Herr, 38, a West Point grad and former special agent, concedes in court documents that in 2002 he videotaped his sexual exploits with three women -- two co-workers and one from outside the agency.

One female agent 'had consented to videotaping of her sexual activities with (Herr) on other occasions,' but he later filmed her 'when she had not consented to and was not aware of the taping,' according to court records. FBI files also reveal two other women had no clue they were caught on film, footage Herr kept solely 'for his own use.'"

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