(ReliableNews.org) – The FBI has come under a lot of scrutiny for its behavior. A DOJ inspector general (IG) found agents violated rules multiple times when filling out Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) warrants. The head of the FBI is now claiming he’s taken action to correct the problems plaguing the law enforcement agency.
During an interview that aired on June 24, FBI Director Christopher Wray told Fox News host Bret Baier he thinks the conduct described by the IG’s report is “unacceptable.” He went on to say he made it “very clear” those actions could not “happen again.” To ensure they won’t, Wray established a new leadership team and put “40 corrective measures in place” ranging from more oversight to better training.
Whether or not those corrective measures will solve the problems has yet to be seen. It goes without saying, the agency lost a lot of Americans’ trust over the last few years. Hopefully, they can earn it back.
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