Highest Ranking NY Cop on FBI’s JTTF Almost Transferred for Refusing to Share Classified Info With his Superiors at NYPD

By Allan Lengel

The top New York cop on the FBI’s Joint Terrorism Task Force almost got transferred from the unit after he refused to share classified info with his superiors in the police department, the New York Daily News reported.

But the FBI intervened and prevented the transfer of NYPD Deputy Chief James Shea, the Daily News reported.

The paper reported that Shea got in a jam after he backed a detective on the JTTF, who refused to share the info. The info is legally only supposed to be shared with people who have a security clearance.

The Daily News reported that Deputy Police Commissioner Paul Browne denied that Shea was supposed to be transferred. The FBI declined comment.

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