EPA Gave $55K To Convicted Child Molester For Early Retirement


Natalie Johnson | Washington Free Beacon

The Environmental Protection Agency admitted Wednesday that it paid a convicted child molester $55,000 to retire because department officials couldn’t fire him, the Washington Examiner reported.

EPA Acting Deputy Administrator Stan Meiberg testified during a House Oversight Committee hearing that the agency attempted to release the employee but the Merit Systems Protection Board in charge of settling personnel overturned the decision.

Rep. Jason Chaffetz (R, Utah), chairman of the committee, called it “one of the most egregious cases of employee misconduct and misuse of taxpayer dollars.”

“It’s just pretty stunning…we’re not protecting the American taxpayer and we’re not protecting the employees who have to sit next to this freak of a pervert,” he said.

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