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According To A Source A Top Fbi Official Allowed A Love Relationship To Disrupt The Workplace

According to the Justice Department’s inspector general, a senior FBI employee violated the bureau’s regulation by failing to report a romantic relationship with a subordinate in a timely manner and by participating in a personnel decision involving her paramour.
Michael Horowitz’s executive summary of the study, which was made public on Thursday, did not name the official.
Nevertheless, Jill Tyson, the assistant director of the bureau’s Office of Congressional Relations since February 2019, was identified by The Washington Post, citing current and former law enforcement authorities.
PORTLAND POLICE, FBI TO INCREASE DOWNTOWN PRESENCE AFTER FATAL SHOOTING OF 18-YEAR-OLD The investigation also found that Tyson allowed her connection to “negatively affect an appropriate and professional superior-subordinate relationship and to disrupt the workplace by interfering with the ability of other FBI employees to do their work.”
Tyson did not harass or mistreat her subordinate, according to the summary.
The employee was reassigned to another part of the agency when Tyson revealed the link, according to the Washington Post.
CRITICS BLAME THE FBI ON TWITTER FOR SAYING ‘PROTECTING US FROM TERRORISTS IS THEIR ‘TOP PRIORITY’ Tyson joined the FBI in 2018 after serving in the Justice Department in a variety of roles, including deputy assistant attorney general in the Office of Legislative Affairs, top spokeswoman for the Bureau of Prisons, and special assistant US attorney for prosecuting criminal cases in Washington, DC.
Tyson’s current post is overseeing all FBI communications with Congress, putting her in close proximity to FBI Director Christopher Wray.
According to the Washington Post, Wray “likes and trusts” Tyson, who among other things assists him in preparing for congressional testimony.
GET THE FOX NEWS APP HERE The report is yet another blemish on the FBI’s record.
Horowitz discovered earlier this month that the bureau’s Indianapolis agency mismanaged complaints of sexual assault against predatory USA Gymnastics team doctor Larry Nassar, and that top agents at the office broke ethics standards and made false statements when their probe was under internal inspection.
Meanwhile, the FBI is looking into an alleged conspiracy to kidnap Michigan Governor Rick Snyder.
Some of the men accused in the scam allege they were entrapped by undercover FBI informants, putting Gretchen Whitmer under investigation this week.
In a related incident, an FBI agent participating in the alleged conspiracy was detained earlier this week and charged with abusing his wife after the couple went to a swingers party.

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