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May 05, 2011

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coldBeers

Intelligence agents dont see corruption of themselves when drug cartels friends only behavior passes on to entire departments and the identity is secret and upheld of the agent. that agent possesses coup de etat organizational abilities, without use state secrets privlidge hides bullying and bullies of newer younger agents. with usage in any kind of group its probably criminal, an abuse of the courts and an ex-post facto law situation. in this case the administrative offices, even director is presented with a situation where after a reprimand or performance review, the state secrets act creates a legal violation against the administration or director. also means the agent no longer has to follow any reporting structure, creating a nusiance for the executive, legislative, and judical branches.

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