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Oops: FBI's Native page features fired agent
"The FBI is interested in showing its commitment to diversity. So on its employment Web site, at http://www.fbijobs.gov/421.asp, it touts an "American Indian/Native Alaskan" initiative.

Alas, the bureau is using a picture on that page of a former special agent, Elizabeth Morris, who alleges that she was retaliated against, in part, for filing a complaint of workplace bias. Morris says she was fired in 2007 for filing a complaint against a supervisor for making racially insensitive remarks and for alleging that another agent sent subpoenas to dozens of businesses not under investigation with no intent of reviewing the records."

Get the Story:
In the Loop: THE WRONG FILE PHOTO? [3rd item] (The Washington Post 3/26)

Relevant Documents:
Prepared Statement of Senator Chuck Grassley of Iowa, Senate Committee on the Judiciary Hearing on FBI Oversight [includes comments about Elizabeth Morris (March 25, 2009)

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