FBI chief Andrew McCabe faces three separate federal inquiries into his behavior | Circa

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Acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe, a central player in the Russia election case, is the focus of three separate federal administrative inquiries into allegations about his behavior as a senior bureau executive, according to documents and interviews.

The allegations being reviewed range from sexual discriminationto improper political activity, the documents show

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The inquiries remain open but so far there have not been any adverse findings against the senior FBI executive, who soared though the ranks the last few years to become deputy director and acting director since James Comey was fired.

FBI officials and McCabe declined comment.

Circa reported Monday that former supervisory special agent Robyn Gritz, a decorated counterterrorism agent, has filed a sexual discrimination and retaliation complaint that names McCabe and other top FBI officials.

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That is working its way through the U.S. Equal…

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3 Responses to FBI chief Andrew McCabe faces three separate federal inquiries into his behavior | Circa

  1. Pingback: FBI chief Andrew McCabe faces three separate federal inquiries into his behavior | Circa | Peppermint

  2. Peppermint says:

    Brit, reblogged this on my site. Thank you for info. I hope McCabe goes down and he should be fired.

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    • Brittius says:

      You’re welcome, and Thank You. There is too much going on with an overtly corrupt FBI lately. Comey, McCabe, and the indictment of an FBI agent for Murder involving Lavoy Finicum.
      People talk crap about J. Edgar Hoover, when he was going for his 21st degree in Freemasonry and his lodge brothers (a bunch of first class comedians) gave him one member’s dress to wear, but I’ll take Hoover’s G-Men FBI, any day of the week. They were tough guys, not schemers.

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