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Is this the "best" the FBI, CIA or other agencies can do????

Reader comment on item: The FBI Fumbles [on Gamal Abdel-Hafiz]

Submitted by Victor M. Sardinas (United States), Mar 18, 2003 at 00:56

Is this the "best" the FBI, CIA or other agencies can do????

How can we "trust" that this agent is loyal to the "Country?" How can we believe anything this "agent" says or does is in the "best" interest of our Country.... Why is this "agency" allowing an individual's "Religion" to come before his "sworn duty?"

Are there more agents like him? Who allowed this to happen, and when are whe going to "wake up" ? If this "person" is allowed to do this, without any sort of action taken by his superior(s), then what next? Does this means that anyone can "pick and choose" what he/she will do or consider to do?

Can we then say, "we will create an individual agent's Job description, based on what he/she want's or feels he/she can and will do?" Can we all say "chaos!" This cannot be allowed to continue... This agent needs to be replaced with an agent, who will do what needs to be done, regardless of Religion, Sex, Race, Color, etc,.

Truly, it seems that in the world we live in today, it is more important to "baby and make individuals feel good about themselves," than do what needs to be done for the benefit and goodwill of all...


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