FBI whistleblower slams feds for delay in arresting CNN producer charged with child trafficking

There was a 17-month delay between the arrest warrant and Griffin's arrest. During the arrest warrant, police seized Griffin's devices.


An FBI whistle-blower has slammed the delay before CNN producer John Griffin was finally arrested for child trafficking, according to Fox News.

There was a 17-month delay between the arrest warrant and Griffin's arrest. During the arrest warrant, police seized Griffin's devices, and still did not arrest him for some time.

Some of the evidence that the feds captured was a disturbing drone video him standing next to a naked girl that Griffin allegedly recorded.  

"When confronted with this video during an interview by FBI agents, Griffin’s first response was merely to suggest he was not looking at the naked girl, despite that she was standing so close to him to be touching," said the prosecutors.

This, according to the whistle-blower, shows that the feds "don’t give a damn about these kind of cases."

"He obviously is a sexual predator, and has gone from grooming children into actually capturing them," said a former FBI special agent. She added that Griffin was a "very, very dangerous offender."

"He has a horrific hatred of women," the former agent added. "I would like to know his background. He is an incredibly dangerous offender."

Griffin, however, is not the only predator who has worked at CNN. Last month, Project Veritas released the name of the latest CNN producer to be embroiled in a pedophilia scandal. Rick Saleeby, the staffer in question, is a producer on "The Lead with Jake Tapper."

Saleeby allegedly solicited sexually explicit photos of an underage girl.

The messages and videos were allegedly obtained by a woman who was involved in a relationship with the CNN producer for over a decade, Janine Banani, a case manager for human trafficking victims, as well as those of domestic violence and sexual assault.


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