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Justice Department watchdog concludes yearslong probe into FBI actions after 2016 standoff with protesters in Oregon

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Justice Department watchdog concludes yearslong probe into FBI actions after 2016 standoff with protesters in Oregon
July 09, 2024

(CNN) — The Justice Department’s inspector general found flaws with the FBI’s procedures for handling evidence after an officer-involved shooting in 2016, concluding a years-long investigation that began after the actions of FBI agents were questioned following a fatal standoff at an Oregon wildlife refuge.

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