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FBI Using Portraits Drawn by Serial Killer to Identify Victims
Confessed serial killer Samuel Little drew portraits of 16 of his victims while incarcerated and the FBI is using them to identify them. The FBI released the portraits in the hope of getting tips that may help identify the women who were murdered and to close out the old cases.
Telephone scam artist picked the wrong target — former FBI and CIA director William Webster
A telephone scam artist picked the wrong target — former FBI chief and CIA boss William Webster. Keniel Thomas, 29, from Jamaica, pleaded guilty in October to interstate communication with the intent to extort, federal authorities said.
Ohio native named head of Cleveland FBI office
CLEVELAND, Ohio — An Ohio native was appointed to be the special agent in charge of the Cleveland FBI office. FBI Director Christopher Wray tapped Eric Smith to lead the office. He replaces Stephen Anthony, who headed the office from 2011 until his retirement last year.
Suspected LA Sexual Predator On FBI’s 10 Most Wanted List Shot Dead
LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) – A 47-year-old man suspected in multiple armed sexual assaults in the Los Angeles area – and one of the FBI’s 10 Most Wanted Fugitives – was shot to death in North Carolina Wednesday morning.
FBI: Spike In Bank Robberies Linked To Opioid Epidemic
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — The Federal Bureau of Investigation says the recent spike in bank robberies in the area is linked to the opioid epidemic. According to the FBI, 26 robberies have been reported in the last four months, compared to 19 from last year, and a large majority of the bank robberies happe
New questions on FBI transparency after police say agent may have lied about fatal shooting
Authorities initially said the death of a young father in Houston who was shot by an FBI agent trying to save him was an accident. Now the police chief is saying the agency's explanation doesn’t add up, raising new questions about whether the FBI is holding itself accountable.
FBI: Most Wanted list suspect is believed killed by officers
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FBI's Internal Investigations Of Shootings By Agents Clears Agents 98% Of The Time
An agency that investigates itself will almost always clear itself. The FBI, which still allows interviews of suspects to be "memorialized" with pen-and-paper recollections by the interviewer, is allowed to handle its own internal investigations of deadly force deployment. Unsurprisingly, FBI agents
FBI Spinoff: CBS' Most Wanted Adds Thrones Actress Keisha Castle-Hughes
A word of warning to all enemies, foreign and domestic: Keisha Castle-Hughes is watching you. The Game of Thrones actress has joined CBS’ in-the-works FBI spinoff, opposite Nip/Tuck‘s Julian McMahon, TVLine has learned.
Jamaican phone scammer nabbed after targeting former CIA and FBI director
A Jamaican phone scammer targeted the wrong man. Keniel A. Thomas in 2014 made a series of calls to a 90-year-old man, telling him he had won a hefty sum and a new Mercedes Benz in a Mega Millions lottery. In order to collect his prize, the man would have to send $50,000 to cover the taxes.
When the FBI shoots someone, including a bystander or hostage, it investigates itself
HOUSTON — It seemed like a tragic mistake. A young father, held for ransom, was shot and killed in January 2018 — not by his kidnappers, but by an FBI agent trying to save him. The agent had fired into a dark room where the hostage had been tied up alone.
Man who threatened former FBI, CIA chief sentenced to jail
A man who threatened the former head of the FBI and the CIA and his wife was sentenced to jail, CNN reported on Friday. Keniel Aeon Thomas of Jamaica reportedly made several calls to William and Lynda Webster in which he threatened to set their house on fire and send a sniper to shoot them if they d
Retired FBI agent: The Roger Stone raid was totally by the book
James A. Gagliano is a CNN law enforcement analyst and a retired FBI supervisory special agent. He also is an adjunct assistant professor at St. John's University in Queens, New York. Follow him on Twitter: @JamesAGagliano. The views expressed in this commentary are his own. View more opinion on CNN
Gowdy: FBI Director Wray Should Answer for Show of Force at Stone's Home
Newly-minted Fox News contributor Trey Gowdy made his debut as such on "The Story" on Thursday, in which he was asked about the raid on former Trump associate Roger Stone's Broward County, Fla. home.
Man stripped naked, bit his own dog, then bit an FBI agent on neck, Virginia cops say
WILLIAM COUNTY, VA (Mark Price/The Charlotte Observer) - A Virginia man attacked and bit his own dog multiple times Tuesday morning, then chomped down on the neck of an off-duty FBI agent who tried to subdue him, according to a press release from the Prince William County Police.
Oregon’s Wyden turns up pressure on FBI about Saudi role in student disappearances
Oregon’s senior U.S. senator on Wednesday formally requested that the FBI turn over any information it has about multiple cases where students from Saudi Arabia vanished while facing criminal charges in the state.
Seth Meyers unpacks Roger Stone's arrest by notably unpaid FBI agents
Donald Trump's longtime associate Roger Stone has been indicted, so Late Show host Seth Meyers took "A Closer Look" at the events surrounding his arrest. A known threatener of dogs, Stone was arrested on Friday as part of special counsel Robert Mueller's Russia probe for witness tampering, obstructi
Kevin Bacon's corrupt FBI agent takes on Boston crime in Showtime's City on a Hill trailer
Gritty explorations of the Boston criminal world has been a signature of film, whether it be The Departed, The Town, or many others. But now Boston cops and robbers are coming to TV with Showtime’s City on the Hill.
Naked Virginia Man Bites Dog, Off-Duty FBI Agent: Police
A Virginia man under the influence of marijuana bit his dog, pushed his neighbor to the ground, wandered around a neighborhood naked and then bit an off-duty FBI agent in the span of just a few hours, police say.
Roger Stone says FBI was more forceful with him than Osama Bin Laden
Self-styled dirty trickster Roger Stone whined to the media again Monday about how unfair the feds were when they raided his house Friday — claiming he was treated worse than Osama bin Laden, who was shot dead by Navy SEALS.