Brandon Darby has delivered serious allegations today at Townhall.com. Darby has revealed that he has been working undercover for the past eight months with the Federal Bureau of Investigation on human trafficking cases. To his dismay, Darby watched as the cases and evidence presented to the FBI were not investigated. Many of these cases involved the sex trafficking of minors.
Crimes involving minors are meant to trigger an immediate and swift response by the FBI. Instead, these cases were not pursued by the Bureau–and Darby began a quest to find out why such serious crimes were being overlooked by the trusted law enforcement agency.
The conclusions of his own investigation have led Darby, along with another trusted FBI informant, to come forward with disturbing and serious allegations against the FBI and Department of Justice leadership.
Darby alleges that the politically appointed leaders and their executive managers within the FBI neglected their duty to human trafficking victims, particularly sex trafficked minors. Darby concludes further that someone within the FBI changed internal reports to remove one or more victims’ designation as a minor, so that the FBI and DOJ would not be obligated to act immediately.
In addition, Darby contends that abuses of power amounting to retribution on the part of FBI leadership against federal agents have resulted in the mistreatment of one or more federal agents, and have affected the integrity of investigations and the well-being of the public at large.
Read more here.