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Unable to Fire Child Molester, EPA Forced to Pay 'Pervert' $55K to Retire

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By    |   Wednesday, 18 May 2016 03:15 PM

Officials for the Environmental Protection Agency testified Wednesday that they were unable to terminate a convicted child molester and had to pay him $55,000 to retire, the Washington Examiner reported.

EPA acting deputy administrator Stan Meiburg testified the agency attempted to fire the employee but the Merit Systems Protection Board overturned the decision.

"It's just pretty stunning," said Jason Chaffetz, R-Utah, Chairman of the House Committee on Oversight and Government. "How do we need to change the Merit Systems Protection Board, because we're not protecting the American taxpayer and we're not protecting the employees who have to sit next to this freak of a pervert," the Examiner reported.

According to its website, the mission of the MSPB is to "Protect the Merit System Principles and promote an effective Federal workforce free of Prohibited Personnel Practices."

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Officials for the Environmental Protection Agency testified Wednesday that they were unable to terminate a convicted child molester and had to pay him $55,000 to retire, the Washington Examiner reported.
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