Indeed, I agree. But as GM pointed out, why doesn't the embassy just say that?Alexandra wrote:I don't understand why this is surprising to anyone. It's incredibly difficult to side with somebody that's been fired for using embassy equipment to stare at nude kids for shits and giggles, or worse, pleasure.violet wrote:Sounds like the Embassy had every right to do what they did.
Fuck those people, fuck their demonstration and fucking good luck suing the Embassy of Suing.
gavinmac wrote:Last year, six staffers at the US embassy in Kabul were fired for using or possessing drugs. The State Department confirmed it to the BBC:
The state department also confirmed that these six staffers were fired to AFP.The embassy said it took "seriously any incidents of misconduct by Department of State personnel and contractors".
"In this case six personnel who were found to have been using or in possession of prohibited substances were removed from their contracts and no longer work at the US embassy in Kabul."
Canada confirmed in 2017 that it fired a dozen staffers at its embassy in Haiti following an investigation of financial fraud.
Why is the embassy in Cambodia covering up the 32 pornography sharing firings instead of just confirming the firings, condemning the behavior, etc.?