(BLP) – The Biden Department of Justice (DOJ) has announced that the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) agents who looked the other way while infamous pedophile Larry Nassar violated children will not be charged for their misdeeds.
The DOJ said on Thursday that following a “careful re-review of evidence,” the department “is adhering to its prior decision not to bring federal criminal charges.”
“This does not in any way reflect a view that the investigation of Nassar was handled as it should have been, nor in any way reflects approval or disregard of the conduct of the former agents,” they added.
Even though they will have no accountability, the feds continue to pay lip service to victims regardless of their total inaction and willingness to allow predators to violate the innocent with impunity.
The DOJ said it will “continue to learn from what occurred in this matter, and undertake efforts to keep victims at the center of our work and to ensure that they are heard, respected, and treated fairly throughout the process, as they deserve,” adding that it will work with Congress to “help prevent events like this from taking place in the future and hold perpetrators accountable.”
Big League Politics has reported on the incredible malfeasance that the FBI showed while mismanaging the Nassar case, which allowed him to molest more young women in his role as USA Gymnastics doctor at the time:
“A Department of Justice (DOJ) investigation has discovered that pedophile Larry Nassar, the infamous former USA Gymnastics team doctor who molested the girls he was supposed to be treating, was helped by FBI incompetence.
Department of Justice (DOJ) Inspector General Michael E. Horowitz announced this week that FBI agents in Indianapolis ignored the victims and then lied in an attempt to cover up their tracks after the fact.
“The DOJ Office of the Inspector General (OIG) found that senior officials in the FBI Indianapolis Field Office failed to respond to allegations of sexual abuse of athletes by former USA Gymnastics physician Lawrence Gerard Nassar with the urgency that the allegations required,” the DOJ wrote in a press release.
“We also found that the FBI Indianapolis Field Office made fundamental errors when it did respond to the allegations, failed to notify the appropriate FBI field office (the Lansing Resident Agency) or state or local authorities of the allegations, and failed to take other steps to mitigate the ongoing threat posed by Nassar,” they added.
Horowitz has confirmed that the FBI agents in Indianapolis did nothing to prevent Nassar from continuing to victimize young girls for over a year. They learned of the allegations in July 2015, and Nassar continued to see patients until Sept. 2016.
“The OIG further found that, when the FBI’s handling of the Nassar matter came under scrutiny from the public, Congress, the media, and FBI headquarters in 2017 and 2018, Indianapolis Field Office officials did not take responsibility for their failures. Instead, they provided incomplete and inaccurate information to make it appear that they had been diligent in responding to the sexual abuse allegations,” the press release states.