An anonymous complaint led the Office of Inspector General (OIG) to investigate the management and supervision of the U.S. Park Police (USPP) firearms program. Simultaneous, unannounced inspections of unassigned weapons at USPP facilities revealed that USPP could not account for Government-issued military-style rifles. It also showed that its weapons inventory was incomplete. Incomplete weapons inventories undermine USPP accountability for all of its weapons, and allow for the possibility...
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The lack of management in the USPP isn’t an anomaly, it’s SOP for every agency that thrives on tax payer funds. We are 5 years into the hope and change administration, and the corruption is bubbling up, so prevalent now that even Barry’s media has to report some of it. Yet NO ONE is ever held responsible. Turning the Federal government over to the unions was not a good thing. It’s funny that as we watch those long time union run metropolitan areas, sinking into bankruptcy because of their union infestations, and Democrat corruption, that same cancer has taken over Washington DC, where your money rules. Until the Congress removes their union benefactors, nothing will change.
According to a new report from the Department of the Interior Inspector General, the United States Park Police have lost track of thousands of handguns, shotguns, machine guns and rifles.
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