In Report Regarding FBI Sexual Misconduct Overseas, Why Are the Dates Omitted?

Department of Justice inspector general Michael Horowitz testifies during a Senate Judiciary hearing on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C., September 15, 2021. (Graeme Jennings/Reuters)
We shouldn’t be left to wonder what happened.

NRPLUS MEMBER ARTICLE T here is something strange going on here.

On Tuesday, Justice Department inspector general Michael Horowitz publicly released an “investigative summary” (i.e., not the full internal report) that is called “Findings of Misconduct by then FBI Officials for Soliciting, Procuring, and Accepting Commercial Sex while On FBI Assignment Overseas, Lack of Candor to the OIG, and Related Misconduct.” Despite the laborious title, the summary is barely a page long. Weirdly, its description of the relevant offenses tells us nothing about when they occurred.

The summary centers on six FBI officials said to have violated the DOJ prohibition against soliciting prostitution, particularly in foreign

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