WHEN YOU REPORT A CRIME IN WASHINGTON DC, THIS IS HOW THEY COVER IT UP
The process of Cover-Your-Ass is actually Cover-Your-Bosses-Ass in Washington DC. Everybody knows that their boss will get fired and that they will get more stress if they report a crime than if they cover up a felony that their co-workers did.
Nothing will ever get prosecuted and "Justice" will get stone-walled for decades if you go through the "proper channels". You will get finger-pointing, the endless run-around and every single person will find some reason to say: "ohhh, that's not in our jurisdiction" to avoid paperwork.
There are now thousands of reports from top CIA, NSA, White House, Department of Energy, NASA and other agency experts about how each and every one of them suffered vendetta and reprisal attacks and their crime reports were never acted on. Even Edward Snowden tried over and over to go through proper channels until he was forced to take matters into his own hands.
Here are actual responses from one case in which over 100 federal agencies said: "Not my circus, not my monkeys" and ran blow-off, after blow-off finger-pointing to someone else for over a decade. At no point in this entire process did any investigator or agency executive respond, reach out or engage in even the most remote attempt to look into the crime :
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After our 22nd Email to Them Requesting An "Update On Our Complaint":
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The list of samples of generic, form letter-type responses goes on and on for pages. These agencies receive hundreds of millions of the taxpayers dollars as their payment to look into crimes, corruption and political malfeasance.
The entire voting public believes that these agencies are there to help the voters resolve problems and fight crimes against the voters.
These agencies have forgotten that they are the EMPLOYEES of the public.
In no case in the matter referenced above, and in thousands of other cases by other parties, did any agency representative or investigator reach out or assist the taxpayer.