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Is aptitude at serious multi-tasking required for federal agents?
For more than a year I’ve been thinking about the coming employment boom among the federal agencies. After all, the former guy’s minions gutted the agencies and/or employed incompetents to fill the jobs. So I’m figuring there will be tons … Continue reading
Posted in Joe Biden and his people, Law, suits and order, The Facts of Life Tagged 18 USC Section 912, Brook Park Ohio, CIA agent, CIA tradecraft, counter-intelligence agents, DEA, Drug Enforcement Administration, FBI, impersonating an officer or employee of the United States, Kevin Underhill, LoweringTheBar, undercover intelligence agent Comments Off on Is aptitude at serious multi-tasking required for federal agents?
Kevin Underhill lowers the bar on the DEA
How timely could this be? To me, I mean–the me who just wrote about drug raids that went lethally haywire, including one I had some relationship to that was haywire from the beginning, given that they were raiding apartments on … Continue reading
Posted in Law, suits and order, The Facts of Life Tagged Department of Justice, Drug Enforcement Administration, government search and seizure, the Fourth Amendment Comments Off on Kevin Underhill lowers the bar on the DEA
Paths Crossed…Drug raids
Source: Door-Busting Drug Raids Leave a Trail of Blood – The New York Times Source: Murder or Self-Defense if Officer Is Killed in Raid? – The New York Times Those two recent stories in the Times about the deadly potential … Continue reading
Posted in Politics, The Facts of Life Tagged 2nd Circuit federal court, criminal actions, DEA, Drug Enforcement Administration, drug raids, federal appellate courts Comments Off on Paths Crossed…Drug raids