Tuesday, March 11, 2014

Convict And Former Police Officer Now Working For The IRS

If you're a police officer who is convicted of a felony for tipping-off a terror suspect, you're a prime candidate to work at the IRS.

(PJ Media) While IRS officials were targeting Tea Party groups for special scrutiny of their 501(c)3 tax exempt applications, the IRS also hired a policeman who had been prosecuted by the Justice Department — and convicted in federal court — of using his access to the FBI’s NCIC system to tip off a terror suspect about the bureau’s surveillance. The leak wrecked a major terror investigation.

He is still at the IRS.

Weiss Russell (he has changed his name from “Weiss Rasool,” the name under which he was convicted), is currently employed as a financial management analyst in the IRS Deputy Chief Financial Officer’s Office.

In 2008, Russell/Rasool was prosecuted for his role in tipping off Abdullah Alnoshan, a close associate of al-Qaeda cleric Anwar al-Awlaki and a friend of Russell’s from their mosque.

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1 comment:

  1. A terrorist working at the irs. Completely appropriate under this administration when you think about it.


Posted By: Chris Carmouche