(RoyalPatriot.com )- In a recent interview with Fox News Digital, a former FBI special agent and a veteran criminal profiler discussed the case of CNN producer and sexual predator John Griffin, blasting the FBI for taking nearly a year-and-a-half to bring charges in the case.
Former FBI special agent Jane Turner, who blew the whistle on the FBI’s mishandling of child sex crimes cases on North Dakota’s Indian reservations in the late 1990s, told Fox News Digital that the FBI doesn’t “give a damn about these kinds of cases.”
Turner, who has been outspoken about the FBI’s poor track record when it comes to investigating sex abuse of children, described Griffin as a “sexual predator” who went from grooming children to capturing them. She told Fox News Digital that Griffin “has a horrible hatred of women.”
Veteran criminal profiler and psychoanalyst John Kelly said Griffin exhibits some of the telltale signs found in child sex predators. And while these are still just allegations, Griffin “looks like he’s got his head in the noose.”
For a man who appears to have everything, Kelly explained, “the forbidden can be so tempting.” Kelly said Griffin’s sexual fetishes were likely formed years ago and by now have become an addiction.
Kelly said, at 44 years old, Griffin didn’t just get started. Child sex predators get started when they are much younger. He said it wouldn’t surprise him if additional victims come forward whose allegations long predate the current charges.
Jane Turner agreed, adding that this is why the FBI should’ve started digging into the investigation far earlier than they did.
Turner told Fox News Digital, “They should have kicked this up to the A-Team” by putting more time and resources into their investigation. Turner added that anything having to do with sex and children holds what she called a “yuck factor” for both agents and their supervisors.
Griffin was indicted by a federal grand jury for attempting to lure mothers with minor daughters to his Vermont ski house to engage in sexual activity and sex “training sessions.”
Griffin has pleaded not guilty to the charges. If convicted, he faces ten years to life in prison.