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Ralph Z. Hallow

Washington, D.C.
Chief Political Writer — Washington Times

chief pol. writer Washington Times, edit board Chicago Tribune, edit board Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, dep. city edtr Pgh. Press, Ford Fellow Northwestern Univ.

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Barring extraordinary extenuating circumstance, if McCabe is found guilty, he should serve an appropriate time behind bars, as have other similar offenders in his bureau. Anything less will further tarnish the credibility and stature of the FBI, the DoJ and the U.S. government.
McCabe had his heart set on retiring a few days from now, on turning 50, but was fired instead. If there’s evidence he engaged in firing offenses, as the FBI’s Office of Professional Responsibility and the bureau’s Inspector General found, he must now be charged accordingly.
Andrew McCabe hasn’t lost his million-dollar plus pension. For lying to his employer of 22 years, the Federal Bureau of Investigation, he will begin drawing his retirement a few years closer to his turning 60 — 10 years from now. Leaving him 15-20 years to double dip.
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