FBI agent


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a special law-enforcement agent of the Federal Bureau of Investigation

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He was confronted by the FBI agent in the hotel lobby but ran to his pickup truck in an attempt to get away.
The FBI agent was arrested from Karachi airport on May 5 for carrying ammunition and three knives onto an airplane.
The affidavit describes various instances that reference the age of the FBI agent posing as the girl.
FBI agents have arrested members of a radical Sunni Islam group in the US, killing one of its leaders in a shootout at a Michigan warehouse.
WHITEY Bulger may have been one of America's most notorious gangsters - but that didn't stop FBI agents inviting him to dinner and accepting fancy gifts from him.
From the mysterious kidnapping of an FBI agent to the gruesome and
This is the eighth novel in the Pendergast series of adventures, with the FBI agent a cross between Sherlock Holmes and Indiana Jones.
Crawford and his team charge into the fray but the FBI agent soon learns there is much more to Rogue than meets the eye.
FBI agents have documented more than two dozen incidents of possible mistreatment at the Guantanamo Bay military base, including a detainee whose head was wrapped in duct tape for chanting verses from the Koran.
CANYON COUNTRY -- A Sand Canyon man was indicted Wednesday on felony sex charges after months of explicit online chat with an FBI agent who had posed as a 14-year-old girl, federal officials said.
Inspector Feiter, who is an attorney, says that if an investigation starts out in New York but leads to Miami, an FBI agent working the case would be required to coordinate the case with investigators in Florida.
On meeting the FBI agent, Ouassif was accused of having "jihadi" beliefs and presented with the ultimatum, which could have led to his being sent back to Morocco to face imprisonment--or worse.
The March 20 testimony of the Minneapolis-based FBI agent Harry Samit buries the notion that 9/11 was unpreventable.
One interviewee explained that using a purely academic model to educate FBI agent managers has limited value for the organization.
On July 10, 2001, FBI agent Kenneth Williams of the Phoenix field office sent Washington headquarters an "electronic communication" that pointed directly to the unfolding conspiracy.