In yet another bizarre behavioral display by Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D – Florida), her seeming entitlement beckons ethics committee scrutiny and investigation. On May 18, 2017, Rep. Wasserman Schultz came out swinging at US Capitol Police Chief Matthew R. Verderosa, insinuating she will block his police department from receiving federal funds if her property (impounded as evidence) is not returned to her.
Due to the leaking of pertinent and investigatory information from the Manchester bombing, relations between the British and US law enforcement communities has suffered greatly. The incident has caused the British law enforcement community to stop sharing information with US law enforcement. Information, as detailed as forensic photographs of the crime scene, were published worldwide in the New York Times. This is unprecedented, and a very clear and tangible result of the damage leaking unauthorized information has caused.