Possible breakthroughs in Fast and Furious
Katie Pavlich is is reporting that the supervisors involved in F&F are being fired or demoted.
What's especially interesting is the case of Bill McMahon, who took a job in Singapore, I believe, for JP Morgan (which issues the ATF credit cards), nicely getting him beyond the reach of Congressional subpoenas. But he didn't give up his ATF job, he was still listed as an employee on leave, meaning I could return to his old job eventually.
I posted on that -- a Federal employee can only carry over so much annual leave from year to year, I forget now whether it's 20 or 30 days -- how can he have enough leave to hold out for months?
Pavlich reports that he wasn't on leave, he was still drawing his Federal pay, while out of country working for a hefty private sector salary! I could see criminal charges arising out of that one.
240 hours or 30 days. If he carried over 240 last year and did not take any so far this year it could be nearly double that. Not that it has anything to do with their actions, just info.
Posted by: Ron at December 1, 2012 03:18 PM
Let's not overlook another quote from Katie Pavlich's Townhall article:
"All are expected to receive full retirement benefits."
Posted by: Ike at December 2, 2012 07:28 AM