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Congress berates DEA for longtime sexual misconduct
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As a part of the legislative branch, the department remains exempt from the law. House and Senate Democrats rolled out an expansive criminal justice bill on June 8 to hold law enforcement accountable for misconduct in court, improve transparency through data collection and upgrade police training and policies. Their legislation would, in part, create a national police misconduct registry, maintained by the Justice Department, that would be made public. It would also mandate state and local law enforcement agencies to report use of force data, disaggregated by race, sex, disability, religion and age. A Senate charge to revamp policing is being spearheaded by Sen. Tim Scott, a South Carolina Republican. Despite the public outcry for more transparency, none of the lawmakers who serve on committees whose jurisdiction includes the Capitol Police said the force charged with protecting and securing Congress should be subject to the Freedom of Information Act that requires federal agencies to disclose a large amount of government information to the public.
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AUSTRAC's original report about the fund transfer, which the Vatican said sounded like "science fiction", saw some media reports speculate on possible money laundering. Australian Cardinal George Pell, who was the Vatican's treasurer from to , had said he was relieved to hear billions of dollars were not laundered through the Vatican when he was head of the Secretariat for the Economy. Pell, who is now in Rome, returned to his native Australia in to face charges of historical sexual abuse and spent days in jail before his conviction was overturned last April.
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