One agent left a highly lethal M4 carbine unsecured in his government car during a Starbucks run and had the weapon stolen, but even he received only a two-week suspension despite violating the bureau’s protocols for weapons storage, the records show.

“Although there was a lockbox in the trunk for storage of weapons and sensitive items,” the agent chose to store the rifle bag behind the car’s front passenger seat, one report shows. “While Employee was in the Starbucks, the Bucar was burglarized. The rear passenger, rear driver, and tailgate windows were broken, and the rifle bag containing the M4 was stolen.”

At least three dozen agents reported guns being lost, stolen or handled unsafely, including one agent who accidentally discharged his weapon and shot a hole through the floor of his hotel room.

FBI Gone Wild: Internal memos chronicle years of drunk driving, lost weapons and other misconduct | Just The News

Add to that Alcohol abuse, Sexual misconduct and an apparent lack of true punishment for the misdeeds and we have us a praetorian Stasi willing to do almost anything for their political masters.

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By Miguel.GFZ

Semi-retired like Vito Corleone before the heart attack. Consiglieri to J.Kb and AWA. I lived in a Gun Control Paradise: It sucked and got people killed. I do believe that Freedom scares the political elites.

2 thoughts on ““The only one, professional enough…” (FBI Version)”
  1. And I am sure the Feds will use the presence of a (likely) full auto M4 on the streets as an excuse to disarm law abiding and responsible citizens.

  2. Who needs the pain in the ass of proper protocol anyway? Such an inconvenience. Why doesn’t the criminal element of society know to fear the F.B.I. enough to…not steal weaponry with all the bells and whistles?

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