DOJ accused of nepotism for third time in eight years

Internal watchdog says officials steer jobs toward relatives

Connections are everything when it comes to landing a job. But eyebrows are raised when those connections are blood relatives.

Yesterday, the Department of Justice’s (DOJ) internal watchdog released a report accusing members of the agency’s Justice Management Division (JMD) of violating “the federal nepotism statute by advocating for the appointment of their own relatives” to DOJ positions.

Ashley Post

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