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DEA Employees Fail Drug Tests, Still Allowed to Terrorize Drug Users
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While the Drug Enforcement Administration continues to unleash a savage crackdown on marijuana across the United States, some of the agency’s own employees have reportedly been busted for using illegal drugs with minimal repercussion.
A disciplinary log published over the weekend by USA Today indicates that for the past several years, members of the DEA have been failing random drug tests without being terminated from their positions like the average working class citizen would be if pegged for the same offense…
…Among the hypocrisy of junkie drug agents being allowed to remain gainfully employed by Uncle Sam is a number of other serious conduct violations that resulted in almost no disciplinary action whatsoever. The documents uncovered by USA Today reveal that DEA employees have been caught doing a variety of illegal and morally apprehensive acts, including DUI, distribution of drugs, drinking on the job, government fraud, and stealing or losing firearms—all with the sternest punishment being short term suspension.
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