A 25-year veteran agent at the FBI told Rolling Stone the bureau does not care about investigating child sex abuse cases as much as it should. 

Posted BY: NationalFile.com

A 25-year veteran agent at the FBI told Rolling Stone the bureau does not care about investigating child sex abuse cases as much as it should.

In 2003, Jane Turner first came into the news cycle by going to news outlets with information about the FBI mishandling child sex abuse crimes against children who lived on American Indian reservations in North Dakota.

Trending: Fulton County, Pennsylvania Attorneys Sue Dominion Voting

Turner alleged the FBI refused to interview victims of abuse. “The bureau did not do its job. Child abuse is a significant problem on Indian reservations and we need to do better,” Turner explained.

After the Department of Justice’s Inspector’s General issued a report in July 2021 explaining how the FBI failed to properly investigate Larry Nassar, the former doctor for the United States’ Gymnastics team and Michigan State University’s team, Turner spoke out once again.

Read more