Daily Archives: February 12, 2018

The SF86 form that did Rob Porter in


Applicants for a security clearance are required to to fill out an extensive form, the SF86. The form asks the applicant to disclose if there are any current restraining orders against them, and if they have been “a party to any public record civil court action not listed elsewhere on this form” in the past decade.The form states that “withholding, misrepresenting, or falsifying information may affect your eligibility for access to classified information, eligibility for a sensitive position, or your ability to obtain or retain Federal or contract employment.”

Pg 2 from SF86 form:

Penalties for Inaccurate of False Statements

The U.S. Criminal Code (title 18, section 1001) provides that knowingly
falsifying or concealing a material fact is a felony which may result in fines
and/or up to five (5) years imprisonment. In addition, Federal agencies
generally fire, do not grant a security clearance, or disqualify individuals who
have materially and deliberately falsified these forms, and this remains a part
of the permanent record for future placements. Your prospects of placement
or security clearance are better if you answer all questions truthfully and
completely. You will have adequate opportunity to explain any information you
provide on this form and to make your comments part of the record.

Read the emergency protective order against Rob Porter

Rob Porter, senior White House official, announced Wednesday he is resigning after allegations by his two ex-wives of physical and emotional abuse. One of Porter’s ex-wives, Jennifer Willoughby, received a temporary emergency protective order in June 2010 after saying he refused to leave her residence, in violation of their separation agreement.
 Source: Washington Post
Rob Porter had never been given security clearance by the FBI because he had to  disclosed that on the form.