Reader 05/18/2023 (Thu) 22:43 Id: 1c6060 No.21027 del
Marcus Allen is a highly decorated Marine, and after joining the FBI, he was named Employee of the Year in 2019 in the Charlotte office. Allen served honorably in the Marine Corps from 2000 to 2005. He was deployed to Kuwait, served two tours in Iraq, and “contributed to Operation Iraqi Freedom.” He was “exposed to live enemy fire on numerous occasions” and served “primarily in analytical and intelligence roles, was awarded the Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal and the Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal.”

It seems Allen’s greatest offense was telling the truth about the events on Jan. 6. As a result, he has been labeled a traitor by the FBI. The FBI suspended him without pay for “questioning the narrative of J6” because Allen believed that not all who were present that day exhibited “criminal conduct.” An excerpt of his statement follows:

“The FBI suspended my security clearance, accusing me of actually being disloyal to my country. This outrageous and insulting accusation is based on unsubstantiated accusations that I hold conspiratorial views regarding the events of Jan. 6, 2020. That I allegedly sympathized with criminal conduct. I do not.”

“I condemn all criminal activity that occurred,” continued Allen, “Instead, it appears that I was retaliated against because I forwarded information to my superiors and others that questioned the official narrative of the events of Jan. 6. As a result, I was accused of promoting conspiratorial views and unreliable information. Because I did this, the FBI questioned my allegiance to the United States.”

Allen said this had been a devastating experience for him and his family. He is being “financially crushed” and is relying upon “withdrawals from [their] retirement accounts” to support his family with “no end in sight.”

Allen said he testified because he hopes to save others from the “FBI from abusing the security clearance process to retaliate against others the way it’s retaliated against me.”