The Justice Department censured the FBI's acting No. 2 official for poor management of a 1992 siege that left three dead at a white separatist's cabin in Idaho. Justice also criticized the FBI, the Marshals Service and the Idaho U.S. attorney's office.TIME Washington correspondent Elaine Shannonsays the punishment of Larry Potts -- a "brilliant investigator" and one of FBI director Louis Freeh's best friends -- points up the difference between the CIA and the FBI. "People are absolutely livid at the CIA for not coming forward with what the agency knew" in the Guatemala scandal, Shannon says. "Every example we've seen of the CIA is of a bunch of undisciplined, rowdy freelancers who coddle their own employees. The FBI is the antithesis of that: they brought this up themselves, they're cleaning up their own house and moving on."