As Neil Barofsky leaves office, he isn't so much burning bridges as blowing them to smithereens.

The special inspector general for the Troubled Asset Relief Program will wrap up his two-year-plus tour on Wednesday, and he has nothing good to say about the Treasury Department's implementation of the $700 billion bailout.

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