By Guy Boulianne | On 06/02/2018
FBI & DOJ Abuses in Colorado and California Cases Indicate Corruption is Common but Unreported Problem, Says Advocacy Group.
Denver, CO -- 02/06/2018 --On January 29, 2018, CNN's Gloria Borger reported on "The Situation Room" news program that a source who speaks to President Trump regularly, says that Trump believes the DOJ and FBI is "corrupt." CNN also reported that the Republican-controlled House Intelligence Committee agreed to open an investigation into the FBI and DOJ.
"You can argue whether President Trump's and the GOP's public criticism of bias, corruption and misconduct at the FBI and DOJ is politically motivated, but there is plenty of objective evidence that officials from these agencies routinely show bias and engage in egregious misconduct that results in wrongful convictions and imprisonment of average Americans," says Lamont Banks of advocacy organization A Just Cause. "Sadly, instead of investigating and reporting on numerous cases of misconduct in the federal justice system, the mainstream media shows its bias by continually putting the FBI, DOJ and federal judges on God-like pedestals and promoting the broad narrative that they are consummate professionals who always follow the evidence and the law, respect the Constitution, possess uncompromising integrity and are above the fray of bias, maliciousness, vindictiveness, politicization and criticism," adds Banks.
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