At the beginning of the Ring, in Das Rheingold, the Rhine Maidens are distraught that Alberich, the evil dwarf, steals the Rhine gold.
Sixteen hours later, in Gotterdammerung, the Rhine Maidens are still lamenting the theft of their gold. Some people never stop kvetching!
At the Justice Department interview on January 15 a Deputy U.S. Marshal said to me, "I understand that you have a need to write about these things [even after 20 years]."
(As I said, some people never stop kvetching!)
Incidentally, in The Waste Land T.S. Eliot took the lament of the Rhine Maidens from Gotterdammerung (see above) and wrote an English-language parody employing the identical meter used by Wagner: He called it the Song of the Thames Daughters.
Be that as it may.
About the U.S. Marshals I am reminded of a line from the Seinfeld episode, "The Cheever Letters":
JERRY: I don't know, they're working on a whole other level.