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FBI Investigating New D.B. Cooper Lead

August 2, 2011
A retired law enforcement officer brought forward an item connected to a witness who may have been connected to Cooper. The FBI's Seattle office appears to be in the process of ruling out the possible witness.

Feds Seize $180M in Cocaine from Drug Sub

August 1, 2011
The U.S. Coast Guard and FBI intercepted a semi-submersible craft in the western Caribbean and seized $180 million worth of cocaine heading for the United States.

NYPD Officers Investigated for Terror Plot Leaks

July 28, 2011
Four NYPD detectives have been hauled before a federal grand jury probing leaks of top-secret information about a terror plot to blow up city subways, sources told the Daily News. More officers have been subpoenaed.

Feds Say Baltimore Cop Sold Heroin at Station, Ran Ring

July 20, 2011
A Baltimore Police officer who allegedly ran his own drug ring at one point brazenly sold heroin at the parking lot of the Northwestern District Station while in uniform, according to a federal indictment.

"Scarf Face" Robber Sentenced to 14 Years in Prison

July 6, 2011
During both robberies, Lonnie Troy wore a hooded jacket, gloves, and a black scarf over the bottom half of his face, and brandished a chrome-plated long-barrel .45-caliber revolver. As Troy left both stores, he wished the clerks, "Merry Christmas."

FBI Captures Boston Crime Boss 'Whitey' Bulger

June 22, 2011
Bulger, 81, was captured 17 years after he fled Boston as federal agents were closing in on him. In 1994, agents were on the verge of arresting Bulger in connection with 19 killings, racketeering, and other crimes.

New York Original Gangster Killers Member Gets 7 Years

June 21, 2011
A U.S. District Court judge has sentenced a New York Original Gangster Killers (OGK) member to more that seven years for distributing cocaine and committing violent acts.

Inside An FBI Undercover Operation

June 20, 2011

The two-year investigation initially targeted corrupt employees at the DMV who sold fraudulent driver's licenses and vehicle registrations to drug dealers, terrorists, organized crime figures, and other scumbags who used aliases to enter and leave the U.S. and otherwise facilitate their criminal activity.

Public Corruption at the U.S.-Mexico Border

June 20, 2011
The greatest cost and symptom of our demise as a nation is the lasting affect these criminal gangs have on our system of law and justice. The corruption these gangs bring to our public institutions is the greatest threat to America.

Okla. Officers Cleared, Retired Cop Convicted of Corruption

June 11, 2011
Officer Bruce Bonham and Officer Nick DeBruin were acquitted on all the counts against them. Retired Cpl. Harold Wells was found guilty of drug conspiracy, carrying a firearm during drug trafficking and stealing U.S. funds during the FBI sting at a local motel.

Report: 25% of Hackers are FBI Informants

June 9, 2011
The Guardian is citing the publisher of hacker quarterly 2600, who told the publication hackers are "susceptible to intimidation" and are usually willing to work for the feds rather than face long prison terms.

Feds Nab Philly La Cosa Nostra Crime Boss

May 24, 2011
The defendants allegedly used violence to intimidate and prevent victims and witnesses from cooperating with law enforcement. The indictment alleges various instances where defendants used phrases such as "chop him up" and "put a bullet in your head" when threatening victims.

5 Gunfights That Changed Law Enforcement

May 4, 2011

The gear and training employed by officers is much different today, partly as a result of the FBI Miami shootout. There have been other game-changing gunfights in the last quarter century. The following article examines each of them and how they changed your tactics, procedures, and policies.

Suspect in Colo. Mall Bomb Scare Arrested

April 26, 2011
The man suspected of placing a failed explosive device inside a Jefferson County, Colo., mall last week was arrested this morning in Boulder after someone spotted him drinking coffee at Starbucks inside a King Soopers, sources said.

FBI Honors Agents Involved In Bloody Miami Shootout

April 11, 2011
During a ceremony today, FBI Director Robert Mueller called April 11, 1986, "a day of unthinkable violence, darkness, and loss. Yet it was also a day of courage, selflessness, and sacrifice. [It was] a day that reflected the best of the bureau, even as it exemplified the worst of what we confront."

Docudrama of the FBI Miami Shootout

April 11, 2011

This clip is from the docudrama "In The Line Of Duty," which dramatized (if not completely accurately) the April 11, 1986, FBI Miami shootout.

FBI: Bank Crimes Fell In 2010

April 7, 2011
In 2010, there were 5,628 reported crimes against banking institutions compared with 6,065 violations in 2009. The 2010 data included 5,546 robberies, 74 burglaries, eight larcenies, and 13 extortion offenses that were reported to law enforcement.

Convictions Deal 'Serious Blow' To Latin Kings

April 7, 2011
Augustin Zambrano, 51, was identified as the "corona" of the Almighty Latin King Nation gang based in Chicago during the six-week trial. Zambrano was convicted on racketeering conspiracy (RICO) and other charges including narcotics trafficking and related violence.

FBI Releases Notorious B.I.G. Case File

April 7, 2011
The FBI has publicly released its case file of the investigation into the slaying of rapper Notorious B.I.G., posting hundreds of heavily redacted records on the bureau's Website.

Prankster Harassed Police with Hundreds of Hoax Calls

March 30, 2011
The FBI is pursuing charges against a 20-year-old Wisconsin man who used the Skype videoconferencing service to place hundreds of hoax calls to law enforcement agencies.
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