Sending a colleague a picture of you pleasuring yourself with a rainbow colored dildo at work would get you immediately fired if you worked at McDonalds, but the rules are different at the FBI.
The photo above was submitted as evidence in a bombshell civil rights lawsuit by Supervisory Special Agent Karen Veltri against the Department of Justice over allegations of systematic sexual harassment, personal retaliation, and a general culture of reckless depravity during her time serving in the Las Vegas FBI's counter-terrorism unit.
Dirty Old Men And Constant Unwanted Sexual Advances
According to court documents obtained by National Justice, Veltri's ordeal began in 2019 when she interviewed to work on the FBI's human trafficking task force.
Veltri was rejected for the position after then-Las Vegas Assistant Special Agent in Charge Frank Cucinotta recommended that she be placed on his International Terrorism and Domestic Terrorism unit instead. Agent Ray Johnson, who had wanted to grant Veltri her desired position, would later claim that Cucinotta "fought" him to get her placed under his direct chain of command.
Starting in early 2020, Cucinotta allegedly began making flirtatious comments, inquired about Veltri's sex life and marital status, and was overheard elbowing another FBI agent and saying "she's under me now."
Over a period of many months, Cucinotta repeatedly made sexual advances against the plaintiff and would encourage her to stay late at his office but was rejected every time. He organized excuses for them to be alone together, and was especially persistent when his wife and kids went away on vacation.
Veltri repeatedly complained to Cucinotta's superiors about the behavior and sought to avoid him, but Special Agent In Charge Aaron Rouse never investigated the behavior.
After Veltri filed official grievances over a hostile work environment, Cucinotta, who was angry at having his advances rejected, began retaliating against Veltri, including failing her on performance tests, doubling her workload, and demoting her.
Eventually Rouse had Cucinotta transferred out of the Las Vegas office, but instead of investigating him or suspending him, he awarded him a Medal of Excellency.
Ever since being transferred out of the Vegas office, Cucinotta, who styles himself as a "counter-terrorism" expert that has worked with Israel, he remains employed at the FBI despite misconduct complaints.
Drunk At Work and The Rainbow Dildo Picture
During Cucinotta's harassment campaign, Veltri states in her lawsuit that she complained about his behavior to Supervisory Special Agent Robert Bennett, who appears to have been brought out of retirement in March 2020 after enjoying a sinecure as executive director of the notoriously corrupt Nevada State Athletic Commission.
Bennett then admitted to the plaintiff that Cucinotta's behavior was inappropriate, but instead of addressing the issue, he started engaging in disturbing sexual behavior as well.
In one incident, she provides a photo from November 2020 when SSA Bennett sent her a picture from his office of him stimulating himself with a rainbow colored dildo.
Bennett, who appears to be bisexual, is also alleged to be a chronic alcoholic who kept a shotgun in his office along with his LGBT dildo. The plaintiff alleges multiple instances of the agent taking drunk naps in FBI cars during work hours and blowing up her work phone with bizarre incoherent messages, including one where he talks about wishing he could see Justin Bieber's penis.
Despite fears of retaliation after clashing with agent Cucinotta, Veltri sent the text messages and comments to the FBI's Equal Employment Opportunities department.
Yet, once again nothing happened to Bennett. Instead, SAC Rouse and Assistant SAC A. Cynthia gave the pervert awards for his politically valuable high profile "domestic terrorism" frame up of "white supremacists" as black riots raged on, and began retaliating once again against Veltri, including behaving in physically intimidating and confrontational manners with her.
Having exhausted all avenues for relief, including contacting FBI Director Christopher Wray who in December of 2020 sent out a sanctimonious email about sexual harassment, Veltri decided to file a lawsuit against Merrick Garland and the Department of Justice.
FBI "Domestic Terror" Agents Are Above The Law
One reason why the FBI agents accused of misconduct were tolerated by higher ups to an absurd extent is the nature of their work and the outcomes it produces.
While drunk and playing in his office with rainbow dildos, Bennett led his unit in the politically important "domestic terror" arrest of white men who the FBI was claiming were white supremacists planning to frame Black Lives Matter for violence in Las Vegas during the deadly chaos in the summer of 2020. SAC Rouse gave him an award for this endeavor, despite serious complaints about his behavior towards other agents.
The ridiculous narrative of white Nazis dressing up in black face to commit the acts of Antifa and BLM violence the nation was being shocked by during an election year was concocted by politicians and the media. The FBI's "Boogaloo Bois" arrest in Las Vegas played a vital role in providing perpetrators to help validate the lie.
According to the complaint, Bennett was also responsible for investigating leads into Trump supporters who entered the Capitol on January 6th.
Photographic evidence of sexual harassment at a major business would be a big institution in most circumstances, and this should be particularly so for the FBI -- the appointed "woke" guardians of "civil rights."
Yet because America's elite use the FBI as a tool to use against their political critics, Veltri's heavily substantiated and accusations are being blacked out everywhere outside of the New York Post and the relatively small conservative site, The Blaze.