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Tue Apr 13, 2021, 01:55 AM

'Skilled predator' allowed to retire from FBI with no punishment and full benefits after Justice Dep

Source: Associated Press

‘Skilled predator’ allowed to retire from FBI with no punishment and full benefits after Justice Department substantiates 8 sexual harassment claims: report

By LEONARD GREENE
NEW YORK DAILY NEWS |
APR 12, 2021 AT 5:37 PM

Trigger Warning: This article contains information and details about alleged sexual assault and/or violence, which may be upsetting to some readers.

NEW YORK (AP) — One woman carried a ruler at FBI headquarters so she could smack James Hendricks’ hands when he reached for her legs and breasts. Another went home shaken after he tugged on her ear and kissed her cheek during a closed-door meeting.

And when Hendricks went on to lead the FBI’s field office in Albany, New York, in 2018, colleagues described him as a “skilled predator” who leered at women in the workplace, touched them inappropriately and asked one to have sex in a conference room, according to a newly released federal report obtained by The Associated Press.

Hendricks quietly retired last year as a special agent in charge after the Office of Inspector General — the Justice Department's internal watchdog — concluded he sexually harassed eight female subordinates in one of the FBI’s most egregious known cases of sexual misconduct.

Hendricks was among several senior FBI officials highlighted in an AP investigation last year that found a pattern of supervisors avoiding discipline — and retiring with full benefits — even after claims of sexual misconduct against them were substantiated.

Read more: https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/skilled-predator-fbi-boss-harassed-8-women-watchdog-finds/ar-BB1fzLuV?li=BBnb7Kz





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Response to Judi Lynn (Original post)

Tue Apr 13, 2021, 03:26 AM

1. ACAB seems to apply to feds too...

They are free to refute that by changing their institutional behavior any time... Not that anyone concerned with self-preservation will be holding their breath for it.

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Response to RockRaven (Reply #1)

Tue Apr 13, 2021, 11:18 AM

2. Psychopathy normally produces, naturally, higher amounts of testosterone, according to APA

So, subconsciously, women, as a reaction, then to gravitate towards that type.

When the psychopath doesn't get what they feel that deserve, they will go on the hunt and the attack.

APA says you can tell a psychopath by their dead eyes. This guy's eyes are completely lifeless.

But jobs like producer, talent scout, police officer, manager, law enforcement officer, and politician tend to attract these types.

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Response to AZLD4Candidate (Reply #2)

Tue Apr 13, 2021, 12:25 PM

3. Psychopaths also have incredible confidence, which can translate into charm.

They are very good at manipulation.

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