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Acting ATF director B. Todd Jones accused of creating a hostile work environment

B. Todd Jones, a Minnesota federal prosecutor who is currently serving as the acting director of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, has been accused by employees of creating a hostile work environment.

The United States Office of Special Counsel, an independent government watchdog agency, is investigating the allegations of Jones’ employees at the Minnesota US Attorney’s Office.

According to a letter sent to the Office of Special Counsel in July 2012, employees complained about a “climate of fear” and a “hostile work environment” that Jones allegedly created.

The letter also includes claims that Jones was a bad boss who wrongfully dismissed employees, violated EEOC hiring practices, managed with a “dictator style,” and “put in place an Orwellian style of management that continues to polarize the office.”

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