Monday, April 13, 2015

"I want to reiterate to all department personnel…that they are prohibited from soliciting, procuring, or accepting commercial sex."

That was a friendly reminder from Attorney General Eric Holder to DOJ employees not to hire prostitutes even if it's legal in that country:
As an excuse for his actions, one DEA agent told investigators that prostitution is “considered a part of the local culture” — Holder dismissed this line of reasoning outright in his letter.
“Regardless of whether prostitution is legal or tolerated in a particular jurisdiction,” he wrote, “soliciting prostitutes creates a greater demand for human trafficking victims and a consequent increase in…commercial sex slavery.”


Anonymous said...

How about the AG pen a reminder letter to DOJ employees reiterating the obligation to cough up Brady material.

Anonymous said...

I want to reiterate to all department personnel, that they are prohibited from burying, hiding or destroying any information that undermines the government's claim to the defendant's guilt or demonstrates the accused's innocence, even if there are zero consequences for doing so.

That is all.

Anonymous said...

But this doesn't apply in Colombia, right?

Anonymous DEA agent.

Anonymous said...

Oh, poor frustrated AFPDs doing what they do best -- complaining. go out and get real jobs and see how fast you starve to death.