PPSA's Gene Schaerr and Bob Goodlatte's latest opinion piece featured on the Washington Examiner:
When U.S. Attorney John Durham recently secured a guilty plea from former FBI lawyer Kevin Clinesmith, it was only the latest in a string of mishaps and scandals for the FBI. Soon after, Attorney General William Barr proposed a series of laudable, far-reaching administrative reforms designed to reduce opportunities for mischief at the FBI. But is internal reform enough? Or will new laws be needed to restore the trustworthiness of America’s premier law enforcement agency?
That the FBI has had a very bad run is undeniable.
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