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FBI And DOJ Betraying The Rights Of Kids

August 25. 2010


FBI Director Robert S. Mueller

President Barack Obama's FBI and DOJ have come under fire, for betraying the rights of children, in recent corrupt decisions, involving cases to do with children that have been abused and or violated. The first involves, Bill Allen, the chairman of VECo Corp, who was investigated for having sex with an underage girl. The case was mysteriously dropped, as Allen agreed to be the FBI/DOJ's star witness in a case against former U.S. Senator, Ted Stevens, who died recently in a plane crash.

The case is so egregious, it caught the attention of U.S. Senator, Lisa Murkowski, who demanded to know, why charges are not being brought in the child sex abuse case. Under the circumstances, the FBI and DOJ's conduct does not look good. 

U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder

The second is regarding the Lower Merion School District, who criminally spied on students, via school issued laptops. It was found, the school's computer department snapped over 56,000  images of students in their homes, in various states of undress, using spyware they installed on the laptops. 

The school admitted liability, but the FBI and DOJ, being crooked, seek to excuse the misconduct at the government school district in Philadelphia, because as law enforcement, they have been engaging in the exact same misconduct against innocent American and international citizens, which is extremely perverted.   

The aforementioned cases do not mark the first time the FBI and DOJ have been accused of betraying the rights of kids. Previously, parents slammed the FBI for rudely telling them to go away, when they inquired about their missing children cases. The FBI and DOJ arrogantly operate and behave as though they are not answerable to anyone, which is undemocratic, un-American and unethical. Anyone willing to betray and sell out the rights of children is extremely evil.


Police: Feds won't try Bill Allen in sex case

ANCHORAGE, Alaska The Department of Justice has decided not to pursue charges against former VECO Corp. Chairman Bill Allen in a child sexual abuse investigation, officials said Friday...Anchorage police conducted two investigations into whether Allen had sex with an underage girl in the 1990s. One case was stopped, and federal investigators joined the second investigation...

Allen was the government's star witness in corruption cases that included former U.S. Sen. Ted Stevens, who died last week in a plane crash. Stevens was convicted, but a judge threw out the conviction because of prosecutorial misconduct. Attorney General Eric Holder dropped the indictment and declined to proceed with a new trial...


Senator questions why no charges for Allen

 Published: 08/22/10 9:16 am | Updated: 08/22/10 9:16 am - U.S. Sen. Lisa Murkowski is questioning the Justice Department's decision not to pursue charges against former Veco Corp. Chairman Bill Allen in a child sexual abuse investigation. In a letter written Saturday to Attorney General Eric Holder, Murkowski says she was "shocked and dismayed" to read about the decision. The letter asks Holder to find out why prosecution was declined and to report those findings to the senator's staff...


DOJ Won't File Charges in School Webcam Spying Case

The U.S. Department of Justice won't file criminal charges against a Pennsylvania school district accused of spying on students via webcams in their computers. After an investigation by the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation, the local district attorney and local police, the U.S. Attorney's Office said that it did not find criminal intent and would not file criminal charges against the Lower Merion School District...



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