Sunday, April 20, 2014

Nothing to see here

Good job, everybody. 
The U.S. Justice Department will not pursue a criminal investigation involving an FBI agent who shot and killed a New Orleans man during an undercover drug sting last summer, a spokeswoman for the agency said Sunday (April 20).

The decision comes more than three months after Orleans Parish District Attorney Leon Cannizzaro's office declined to pursue charges against the agent, who fatally shot 37-year-old Allen Desdunes on July 30, and referred the case to federal prosecutors on jurisdictional grounds.

Probably nothing anyway since when is it ever something?
According to a recent New York Times study, the FBI has cleared its agents in every agent-involved shooting incident between 1993 and 2011, deeming 70 fatal shootings and 80 non-fatal shootings justifiable.
Gold stars all around. 

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