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FBI cheating confirmed by Justice Department

By Ed O'Keefe

"A significant number of FBI employees engaged in some form of improper conduct or cheating" on an exam and suggested the scandal may eventually spread far beyond the four field offices it investigated, according to The Post's Jeff Stein:

"We believe the extent of the cheating related to this test was greater than the cases we detailed in this report, which is based on our limited investigation in only four FBI field offices, one resident agency, and two Headquarters components," the report from Justice Department Inspector General Glenn A. Fine said.
The test was administered to some 20,000 agents to make sure they understood the 2008 Domestic Investigations and Operations Guide, or DIOG, promulgated as a result of new rules implemented after the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks.
"Of the FBI employees that we interviewed about their conduct in taking the DIOG exam, 22 cheated or acted improperly in some manner related to the exam," the OIG said. "We recognize that the amount of cheating that we identified in our limited interviews cannot be extrapolated to the entire population of FBI test-takers."

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By Ed O'Keefe  | September 27, 2010; 1:52 PM ET
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So these are some of the fine folks who are requesting that they be able to tap into our internet, email, cell phones, etc. to broaden their powers to monitor us for suspicious activity ... all within the rules and regulations, of course. Whatever the rules and regulations are. And we're supposed to trust them on this. Trust these cheaters. Hmmmmmmm... Something doesn't seem quite right here. Can anybody else figure out what it is?

Posted by: politicarlmn | September 27, 2010 9:09 PM | Report abuse

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