Now that the Wall Street fox is watching the financial hen house, is it any wonder?
Cases like these continue to demonstrate the NEED for fiscal 1.) Transparency; 2.) Accountability, and 3.) Ongoing publicly available agency reports.
It’s Fraud, Waste and Abuse – pure & simple.
And, it’s time to prosecute.
Not because of what it was used for – they could’ve bought jelly doughnuts – but for whose trust was betrayed, and who was abused.
Treasury staffer solicited prostitutes: report
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – A Treasury Department employee used government resources to solicit prostitutes and another employee accepted gifts from a bank he supervised in violation of conflict of interest rules, reports from Treasury’s internal watchdog said.
A Treasury staffer with the now defunct Office of Thrift Supervision (OTS) used his government email to arrange sexual encounters with women advertised on Craigslist, viewed websites offering erotic services and met with prostitutes on three separate occasions, a report by Treasury’s inspector general said.