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FBI, DOJ Refuse to Disclose Details of Settlement With FBI Agent Who Was A Whistleblower

By Allan Lengel
ticklethewire.com

The FBI and Justice Department are refusing to disclose details of a legal settlement with an FBI agent who was a whistleblower, the Associated Press reports.

FBI agent Kurt Siuzdak’s lawsuit, filed in 2014 exposed allegations of internal strife and dysfunction within the FBI’s main Connecticut office in New Haven and mentioned a 2013 visit to the New Haven office by then-Director James Comey, who apologized to employees for “the failure of the FBI’s executive management to correct the leadership failures” in Connecticut, AP reports.

Siuzdak’s lawsuit in court  documents filed in March, but the FBI and Justice Department have declined to release the details and rejected recent requests under public records laws by The Associated Press for a copy of the deal. Officials contend there’s was no admission of wrongdoing in the settlement.


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