A former State Department employee and investigator, Aurelia Fedenisn, was threatened after she had sent in documents that alleged cover-ups on illicit activities from several American security officials and diplomats, including senior officials who were working under then-Secretary of State, Hilary Clinton.
Some of these allegations include:
- Soliciting sexual favors from prostitutes, including some minors
- A drug ring was made accessible to officers in Baghdad
- Sexual assault by security supervisor at the American Embassy in Beirut
- An agent claimed full salary but not the putting in the hours
The allegations have prompted action from Capitol Hill. MR Civil Justice is representing Aurelia Fedenisn, who provided the report. In her complaint, she alleged that State Department officials tampered with investigation case that she had been working on. She argued that the Department had filtered out much of the information and downplayed or covered up the reports.
The State Department believes that Fedenisn should be criminally prosecuted for refusing to provide the documents of her investigative reports. Aurelia Fedenisn is currently seeking whistleblower protection.
Break-In at Dallas Law Firm
Dallas personal injury attorneys at MR Civil Justice, who is currently representing Fedenisn. On June 30, three separate break-ins occurred to the firm’s office. Three laptops had been stolen. A filing cabinet had been opened, and one of the walls of the conference room were broken through. Video equipment, credit cards, many other valuables remarkably remained untouched.
Mathias gave this statement to The Dallas Morning News: “The timing is quite odd. Could it possibly be they wanted the information?”
100% Committed to Your Justice
MR Civil Justice represents clients in need of legal protection under the law. Known for innovative and creative legal solutions, our Dallas civil litigation lawyers are results-driven and are not afraid to dive head-first into prominent, high-profile.
We stop at nothing until we obtain a win! For more information about our services, please contact us. Our motto is “promoting justice and equality in the legal system and society.”