How do you deal with DEA agents who participate in sex parties with prostitutes funded by Colombian drug cartels? By giving some of them suspensions of two to 10 days.
An Inspector General report, released by the Justice Department on Thursday, says "DEA officials did not fully comply with their requests for information during the probe."
"We were also concerned by an apparent decision by DEA to withhold information regarding a particular open misconduct case," the report states. "The OIG [Office of Inspector General] was not given access to this case file information until several months after our request, and only after the misconduct case was closed. Once we became aware of the information, we interviewed DEA employees who said that they were given the impression that they were not to discuss this case with the OIG while the case remained open."
The report adds: "Therefore, we cannot be completely confident that the FBI and DEA provided us with all information relevant to this review. As a result, our report reflects the findings and conclusions we reached based on the information made available to us."