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EPA ‘freak of a pervert’ employee impersonated an officer; paid $55,000 to resign

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Testifying before Congress, EPA Inspector General Patrick Sullivan tells how EPA paid $55,000 to an employee to resign after being caught impersonating a police officer while also being a registered sex offender. He had previously been convicted of child molestation.

Examining Employee Misconduct at EPA
House Oversight and Government Reform Committee
May 18, 2016

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