More than three years after federal law enforcement officers were involved in a deadly shootout with white separatist Randy Weaver at his mountaintop home in Ruby Ridge, Idaho, a Senate committee released a report into the incident and sharply criticized all of the agencies that were involved. "While Randy Weaver made mistakes," read the report. "So did every federal law enforcement agency involved in the Ruby Ridge incident." In addition to the FBI, the committee scored the U.S. Marshals Service and the federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms. The report singled out FBI Director Louis Freeh, who took office after the shootout, for using "questionable judgement" when he merely reprimanded, then promoted, Larry Potts, his former deputy and friend. Potts, who has been removed from the FBI, is one of five top FBI officials under investigation for their roles in the incident, which left Weaver's wife and 14-year old son and a U.S. Marshal dead.