Good story Mike.
Many people have no idea about the isolation that occurs after you report misconduct committed by people in high places.
John Dodson was singled out by George Gillett for discipline, and blackballed to the FBI Joint Terrorism Task Force.
Larry Alt was transferred, and then an Internal Affairs complaint initiated against him, charging him with downloading an application to his government cell phone. An application that according to the cellular service carrier is not compatible with his cell phone.
Jay Dobbins had his house burned down with his family in it, and not only wasn't it investigated by ATF, but he was named as a suspect even though he was out of town.
(REDACTED) was subjected to false accusations made by the U.S. Attorney's Office that could have gotten (REDACTED) fired, had they not been so poorly fabricated, and clumsily executed. (REDACTED) now no longer supervises agents, and has been re-assigned to a headquarters administrative position.
Meanwhile, Bill Newell is still a member of the government's Senior Executive Service. David Voth is now a Branch Chief, with nationwide responsibilities, Hope MacAllister and her partner are still conducting investigations in Phoenix, and George Gillett, the slimiest of the bunch is making GS-15 pay, to perform a job traditionally done by a GS-14. Then consider the U.S. Attorney's Office. Dennis Burke, who was an absentee landlord, fled like a coward to avoid further scrutiny, and Emory Hurley, Michael Morrissey and Patrick Cunningham are still sitting in their desks at the U.S. Attorney's Office collecting their bi-weekly pay checks. They never missed a beat.
They call it the United States Department of Justice. In actuality it's the department of anything but justice.
I'll have more on this subject later.