Janet Napolitano Runs Dept. of Homeland Security Like A Frat House, Claims Federal Discrimination Lawsuit

Filed Under (The HELL You Say!) by admin on 24-08-2012

It’s been over 90 days since James Hayes Jr. filed his sexual harassment law suit against Janet Napolitano and her Department of Homeland Security last May, and I would bet that you haven’t heard a word about it. Why is that?

Is it because it’s common knowledge that Janet “Big Sis” Napolitano “…prefers women”? Or is it because that the type of lewd and sophomoric behavior under Napolitano’s watch lessens the effectiveness of the primary department charged with keeping this country safe?

The feds have asked a judge to strike from the public record the most “scandalous” details of this bombshell sexual-discrimination lawsuit against Janet Napolitano and the Department of Homeland Security that refer to oral sex and an odd bathroom prank.

The lewd details are included in senior law-enforcement official James Hayes’ suit claiming retaliation anti-guy bias.

Hayes began his federal career in 1995 as a border patrol agent in Texas and quickly ascended the ranks of the federal immigration bureaucracy. In September 2008, he was promoted to head the agency’s detention and removal operations, managing a staff of 8,500 and a budget of about $2.5 billion, according to the lawsuit  The filing claims top immigration aide Suzanne Barr “humiliated” a male employee by calling him in his hotel room and screaming that she wanted his “c–k in the back of [her] throat.”  It also states that Barr, a close adviser to Homeland Security Secretary Napolitano, who went on leave this week after the suit appeared,, “rewarded those male employees who would play along with her sexually charged games.”

The pranks allegedly included moving three male employees’ office equipment, including computers and name plates, into a men’s bathroom.

Those details, says a government motion to dismiss the suit, “serve only as an attempt to embarrass or harass senior government officials” and therefore “should be stricken from the public record.”

James Hayes Jr., who now is New York’s top Homeland Security cop, claims Napolitano filled top spots in Washington, D.C., with two of her gal pals who were bent on tormenting male employees.

Looks like the Department of Homeland Security could be renamed the Department of Hyper Sexuality.

The blistering federal discrimination suit accuses agency honcho Janet Napolitano of turning the department into a female-run “frat house” where male staffers were banished to the bathrooms and routinely humiliated.

The suit identified the primary offenders as Dora Schriro, who is now running the city Department of Correction, and Suzanne Barr, the chief of staff for the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement. Soon after Schriro and Barr were hired in January 2009, male staffers were treated like lapdogs, Hayes claims. Barr “moved the entire contents of the offices of three employees, including name plates, computers and telephones, to the men’s bathroom at ICE headquarters,” the suit says.

Barr also stole a male staffer’s BlackBerry and fired off a message to his female supervisor indicating that he “had a crush on [her] and fantasized about her,” Hayes claims.

Sometimes, Barr took a more direct approach. In one case, she called a male colleague in his hotel room and screamed at him using sexually humiliating language, the suit says.

Hayes claims that after he reported the abuse to the Equal Employment Opportunity office, Napolitano launched a series of misconduct investigations against him.

Hayes claims he was denied a prized promotion and systematically pushed aside while working out of ICE’s Washington office. The suit says Schriro was named the special adviser to Secretary Napolitano on Detention and Removal Operations and began to replace Hayes at meetings despite having no “experience in managing a federal law enforcement department.”

Schriro did, however, have a “long standing relationship with [Napolitano],” the suit says

Hayes, who is seeking relief for a surprisingly minimal $335,000 in damages, was named the special agent in charge of ICE’s New York field office in Oct. 2009.

ICE Director of Public Affairs Brian Hale blasted the suit, which was filed in May and first reported by the blog, debbieschlussel.com.

“ICE doesn’t comment on unfounded claims and will respond to Mr. Hayes’ allegations as appropriate through the judicial system,” he said.

A Department of Correction spokesman denied claims that her relationship with Napolitano figured into her hiring.

“Commissioner Schriro’s selection and service at DHS was based on the merits. Any suggestion to the contrary is false,” spokesman Robin Campbell said.

Two more ICE employees came forward this week to complain about “lewd” conduct inside the agency, submitting sworn affidavits that depict graphic comments made by two top officials working under DHS Secretary Janet Napolitano.

The affidavits were given as part of a discrimination and retaliation suit filed by Hayes.

The two new affidavits described separate incidents in 2009. Both accounts described the actions of Barr, who was also mentioned in Hayes’ lawsuit.

ICE Public Affairs Director Brian Hale said in a written statement that the department would respond “directly and strongly” to the lawsuit in court, but noted internal measures were being taken over the claims against Barr.

In the newly emerging affidavits, one of the employees claimed that in October 2009, while in a discussion about Halloween plans, the individual witnessed Barr turn to a senior ICE employee and say: “You a sexy (expletive deleted)…” “She then looked at his crotch and asked, ‘How long is it anyway?'” according to the affidavit…

She has been accused of drinking heavily at agency conferences, and one affidavit says she offered “oral sex.”

Barr is also mentioned in that lawsuit, which alleges Napolitano turned the Department of Homeland Security into a female-run ‘frat house’ where male staffers were routinely humiliated and on the receiving end of ‘sexually charged games’.

Apparently the agency is being forced to take the matter seriously. Too bad 7,000 agents voting no confidence in their “acting” Director did not get the same serious consideration.

While Napolitano is named as the sole defendant, Hayes’ suit focuses on Barr and Dora Schriro, who joined DHS in February 2009, five months after Hayes was promoted to director of ICE Detention and Removal Operations.

Hayes claims Schriro, who was brought on as a special adviser to Napolitano, was not qualified for the job because she lacked law enforcement experience. Hayes maintained Schriro enjoyed a “long-standing relationship” with Napolitano, and soon pushed him aside “because of this relationship (with Napolitano) and because he was not female,” the suit says. Read it all at Fox News. There is a lot of detail.

THESE are the people who have been put in charge of keeping this country safe?!

No wonder the main stream media isn’t talking about it.


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