By
G. McConway
|
October 18, 2022

Current and Former Agents Say Wray Abusing FBI Resources

Earlier this year, we started asking some serious questions about FBI Director Wray.

This was not about his lack of control of the Bureau, but rather about him using the FBI's jet as his personal taxi.

The problem appears to be far worse than we thought.

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So, I get that Wray is a big shot and needs to remain in contact with the agency at all times.

He still needs to pay for his flights.

He cannot fly from DC to New York on the company jet free of charge and use that excuse.

He could just have easily have driven.

Yes, it would have taken him longer, but that avoids wasting all that fuel and taxpayer money.

This is not a one-time thing, either, as Wray has racked up some serious miles on short flights to his Atlanta home.

Sometimes it looks like he just stopped in to have dinner, then flew back to DC.

For instance, one flight left at 11:31, landed in Atlanta at 12:40, then returned to Manassas at 2:46, landing at 4:37.

Only an hour later, he attempted to go back to Atlanta, but returned after 27 minutes.

Past and present FBI agents are livid at the blatant abuse.

One former agent stated, "The FBI acquired the Gulfstream for the express purpose of moving its own Counterterrorism Rapid Deployment teams to anywhere in the world to deal with an act of terrorism.

"At the time of discussions centering on the potential purchase of the FBI's own Gulfstream aircraft, the Bureau was acutely aware of its need and specific purpose, and the significance of never misusing the aircraft for any other travel, specifically to include the movement of FBI Executives unless directly related to terrorism investigations and incidents."

If Wray follows guidelines, he should have receipts for all these trips.

To be clear, the money should not be an issue, as he is reportedly worth more than $25 million, so he better be writing those checks.

You can read the full report in the New York Post.

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