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Jason Amerine, Green Beret aiming to free U.S. hostages, caught in FBI web

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When Lt. Col. Jason Amerine, a decorated Green Beret, took the big step last summer of contacting a member of Congress on the gnawing question of freeing American hostages, he never suspected the bureaucratic minefield that awaited him, especially from the FBI.
The decision proved just as life-changing as his prominent role in the 2001 invasion of Afghanistan and the famous union of a young A-team captain and future Afghan President Hamid Karzai.
Col. Amerine now finds himself banished from the Pentagon, where he sought to shake up theObama administration to do a better job of rescuing captives.
In the spotlight last week, he told a Senate panel that he, in effect, feels betrayed by the FBI, which he said filed false accusations against him with his Army superiors. A congressional staffer said theFBI played hardball in a turf battle to force the officer “back into his lane.” Col. Amerine believes theArmy is bent on court-martialing him once the Criminal Investigation Command finishes its probe.
His exile has its roots in his frustration with what he considered a “dysfunctional” hostage-freeing process scattered among multiple agencies, including the FBI, the Pentagon and the State Department.
He began a communications stream with a man known for action, Rep. Duncan Hunter, a California Republican and former Marine officer who has gone to bat for a number of service members he believed were mistreated by the top brass.
Out of those discussions came progress. Mr. Hunter persuaded the Pentagon to appoint a senior civilian to oversee hostage negotiations or military actions. He is winning votes for a bill that would direct the administration to appoint a hostage czar. The White House agreed to review the entire process whose flaws, Republicans say, became obvious when President Obama traded five Taliban chieftains for one Army sergeant — Bowe Bergdahl, an accused deserter.
In the course of trying to jolt the system, Col. Amerine became a casualty. Mr. Hunter set up a meeting for him with FBI officials last summer. The officer later described the meeting as “cordial.”
But the next thing he knew, the FBI filed a formal complaint with Army headquarters, accusing him of sharing classified information with Mr. Hunter, a member of the House Armed Services Committee.

In January, the Army escorted him from his office, stripped his security clearance, stuck him in a desk job in Crystal City and unleashed a criminal investigation.
Mr. Hunter’s staff viewed it as the kind of snafu that could have been worked out inside the Army. Instead, Joe Kasper, chief of staff, said the Army is getting back at the congressman for the battles he has waged against a defective intelligence network system and on behalf of soldiers punished byArmy Secretary John McHugh.
At last week’s hearing before the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee,Mr. Hunter seated himself directly behind the Green Beret at the witness table.
The officer testified that he believed the Army was violating his rights under the Military Whistleblower Protection Act.
He told of having high hopes that the FBI would join him in consolidating the hostage-freeing business.
“I continued to work with Rep. Hunter’s office to repair our dysfunctional hostage recovery efforts,” he said. “He set up a meeting between my office and the FBI. The meeting appeared to be cordial, but the FBI formally complained to the Army that information I was sharing with Rep. Hunter was classified. It was not.”
Then Col. Amerine told of the FBI’s motive. Basically, it did not like him playing on its turf.
“After my criminal investigation began, the FBI admitted to Rep. Hunter that they had the utmost respect for our work but they had to put me in my place,” he testified. “Again, the FBI made serious allegations of misconduct to the Army in order to put me in my place and readily admitted that to a U.S. congressman.”
An FBI spokesman at Washington headquarters declined to comment to The Washington Times.
Its complaint sparked political intrigue inside Army headquarters as officials debated what to do withCol. Amerine, one of its better-known soldiers who was awarded the Purple Heart and Bronze Star, with a combat V for valor, for leading his troops on a drive to Kandahar.
He testified that “one party” in particular wanted him investigated.
A source said he identified that officer as Lt. Gen. Mary A. Legere, head of Army intelligence, in a complaint to the Pentagon inspector general. She had butted heads with Mr. Hunter on the service’s development of a faulty intelligence computer network.
Grating the FBI further was the fact that during Mr. Hunter’s communications with Col. Amerine, the congressman accused the administration — thus the FBI — of paying ransom for Sgt. Bergdahl. He asked the inspector general to investigate.
“So part of what lit the fuse was the same folks in the FBI that were basically implicated in the DOD I.G. complaint of 1 December were the ones that later complained to the Army that I was sharing sensitive information with Representative Hunter,” Col. Amerine said. “Another aspect of it on theFBI’s side was, I think, just the general frustration with Representative Hunter pushing them hard on civilian hostages and their awareness that I was speaking to Representative Hunter about all of this.”
Col. Amerine said that at one point, the FBI threatened the father of a captive not to speak to Mr. Hunter.
“I mean, just atrocious treatment of family,” he testified.
He also gave the public an inside look at internal hostage release debates.
He said his office was working on a blockbuster trade that would release Bergdahl and four others in exchange for Haji Bashar Noorzai, a notorious Afghan heroin smuggler whom the U.S. enticed to enter the U.S. in 2005 and then arrested him. Imprisoned for life, he had worked with U.S. forces fighting the Taliban.
“So we were able to reach out to the Noorzai tribe itself that we believed could free the hostages, and we made a lot of progress on it,” he testified. “I briefed it widely, but in the end, when the Taliban came to the table, the State Department basically said it must be the five for one. That’s the only viable option we have. And that’s what we went with.”
Ironically, on the same day Col. Amerine was evicted from his office, the U.S. mistakenly killed American hostage Warren Weinstein via a missile strike on an al Qaeda hideout in Pakistan.
Five Americans have been killed in captivity since 2001, four at the hands of extremists.
“We were the only DOD effort actively trying to free the civilian hostages in Pakistan, and the FBIsucceeded in ending our efforts the day the dysfunction they sought to protect killed Warren Weinstein,” Col. Amerine testified.
The officer testified that the Army “will not uphold this soldier’s right to speak to Congress” under the whistleblower act.
“The outpouring of support from fellow service members has been humbling,” he said. “Worst for me is that the cadets I taught at West Point, now officers rising in the ranks, are reaching out to see if I’m OK. I feared for their safety when they went to war, and now they fear for my safety in Washington.”
Col. Amerine has filed a whistleblower retaliation complaint with the Defense Department inspector general. In the complaint, he listed the pieces of information he provided Mr. Hunter. He said thePentagon’s Joint Staff, which works for the chairman of the Joint Chiefs Staff, concluded that there was no classified information.
Mr. Kasper, the congressman’s chief of state, said, “The Joint Staff already determined that all the information and sources within Amerine’s coordination with Rep. Hunter and Congress is unclassified. McHugh and his team have shown that they retaliate, and hide behind process, so there’s no confidence that the Army will actually do the right thing.”
Meanwhile, Mr. Hunter has asked the same inspector general to investigate whether the Army is springing accusations against personnel as pure retaliation.
Mr. Hunter wrote to Jon T. Rymer, the inspector general, about three soldiers, including Col. Amerine, against whom he believed Mr. McHugh retaliated. He asked for an inspector general’s investigation into Mr. McHugh’s use of the Criminal Investigation Command (CID).
“Specifically, my concern is that the Army — under the leadership of Secretary of the Army — has used CID for the purpose of influencing actions/outcomes and retaliating against soldiers,” he wrote.
“I have personally met with the Federal Bureau of Investigation on the developments leading up to the Army investigation,” Mr. Hunter told Mr. Rymer. “An investigation, I firmly believe, was not warranted but continues to be unjustifiably delayed.”
The Army referred The Times to CID to answer Mr. Hunter’s charge against Mr. McHugh.
Chris Grey, a spokesman for CID, said, “We reject any notion that Army CID initiates felony criminal investigations for any other purpose than to fairly and impartially investigate credible criminal allegations that have been discovered or brought forward.”
An Army spokesman has said, “As a matter of policy, we do not confirm the names of individuals who may or may not be under investigation to protect the integrity of a possible ongoing investigation, as well as the privacy rights of all involved. However, I note that both the law and Army policy would prohibit initiating an investigation based solely on a soldier’s protected communications withCongress.”
The Army told Mr. Hunter in a letter that it was investigating Col. Amerine for the unauthorized release of classified information, the charge leveled by the FBI.
“Am I right? Is the system broken?” Col. Amerine asked last week. “I believe we all failed the commander in chief by not getting critical advice to him. I believe we all failed the secretary of defense who likely never knew the extent of the interagency dysfunction that was our recovery effort.”
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The FBI owes the public answers about its planes

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Confronted with questions about low-flying planes registered to mysterious companies, the FBI has admitted it maintains a fleet of aircraft, registered with bogus names, that it uses for surveillance without warrants. It defends the practice as necessary in its efforts to keep Americans safe. But Americans’ civil liberties need safeguarding, too, and the secret air force sounds like more unjustifiable overreach by a federal agency.

The Associated Press reported last week that it has linked 50 airplanes to the FBI, despite registration under dummy names such as FVX Research, NBR Aviation and PXW Services. Since late April, the news organization documented more than 100 flights in 11 states, covering cities and rural communities. The secretive nature of the program prevents the public from knowing what information the FBI is gathering and what is done with the pictures and data it collects.

Sen. Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, has asked FBI director James Comey Jr. to explain the purpose of the air fleet, as well as the technological capabilities of the planes, to the House Judiciary Committee by June 12. While acknowledging the bureau is known to use planes in criminal investigations, Grassley told reporters he has concerns about warrantless intrusion into private and public space, as well as the invention of companies to hide ownership of the planes.

Given Americans’ increasing concern about Big Brother tactics in the endless war on terror, the AP report gives fresh cause for worry.

Sophisticated technology that can help keep Americans safe can also erode fundamental liberties. In short, even watchdogs need watching. The FBI may have very good reasons for what looks like unnecessary deceit. Let’s hear them.

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Merging ATF into FBI is a formula for disaster

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The idea of merging the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) into the FBI has reared its ugly head once again. This idea is wrong in so many ways. As a former chairman of the old Treasury, Postal Service and General Government Subcommittee in the Appropriations Committee, which had jurisdiction over the ATF, the U.S. Secret Service, the U.S. Customs Service, and other federal law enforcement, and as a former police officer, I am speaking from experience.
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My father used to tell me, "Son, you can't fix anything until you figure out why it broke." If Congress had been doing its job, the situation within ATF and other federal agencies would not be a problem today.
It's all about accountability. Or, I should say, lack of accountability.
For example, Rep. Darrell Issa (R-Calif.) and Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) held extensive hearings into the so-called Fast and Furious fiasco. The people responsible for the operation were identified.
And then the deafening sound of silence. Nothing happened. No one got fired. No one indicted for what was identified as criminal action. No oversight hearings into the operation of the ATF. No questioning of ATF management. No one held accountable for anything.
The only result of these hearings was retribution by ATF management against the agents that came forward and identified the people within ATF behind Fast and Furious.
Ladies and gentlemen of the U.S. Congress, one of your sworn, top duties is accountability from all federal agencies to the American people. You have failed us miserably! The ATF is not the only agency with huge internal problems. You would do the country a huge favor if you would put away the entire headline, photo-op grabbing issues for one whole two-year session of Congress and spend your time doing extensive oversight into all agencies and then taking the appropriate actions to correct the issues you uncover. You all would get reelected.
What does accountability have to do with the issue of merging ATF into the FBI?
First, if proper accountability were in place, ATF would not be in trouble, and thus no need to "fix" it.
Second, merging law enforcement agencies into one big super-cop is a formula for disaster. Any president could easily use that type of an agency to forward his or her political agenda. Attempts by Congress to change any of the laws and gain accountability over a huge agency would be in vain. (Take a look at the current IRS and the Environmental Protection Agency as examples.)
Third, law enforcement is a lot like medicine: No one doctor knows everything about the human body. As a result, we have specialists for the eyes, the heart, the stomach, the back and the list goes on. In federal law enforcement, no one agency can do it all. Firearms and explosives, counterfeiting, kidnapping and immigration are all areas of the law that are very specific, complicated and require different methods of enforcement and investigation. That's why we have the ATF, the Secret Services, the FBI, and Immigration and Customs Enforcement as separate agencies charged with the enforcement and investigation of the laws in their field of expertise. It's a whole lot easier to gain accountability over a smaller agency.
Fourth, simply moving the chairs on the deck does not solve any problems. This became a popular practice after 9/11. Moving the various law enforcement agencies around did nothing but create a bloated super-agency with little or no accountability. Thus the issues at ATF, the Secret Service and others.
What was broken prior to 9/11 was a lack of communication and sharing of information between the various federal law enforcement agencies. Fixing the root cause of the problem would have cost millions of dollars less than the deck chair shifting that transpired.
And Congress would have not lost its accountability over federal law enforcement.
Let's not shuffle the deck chairs this time; rather, let's hold the feet of agency management to the fire. That is your responsibility, Congress; step up to the plate and do something constructive.
Lightfoot represented congressional districts in Iowa from 1985 to 1997.
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I was FBI informant, shouldn't be charged

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Associated Press 7:02 a.m. CDT June 15, 2015
BILOXI — The former head of Harrison county utilities says charges against him should be dismissed because he was promised immunity as an FBI informant in a federal corruption case.
Kamran Pahlavan is accused of taking cars, New Orleans Saints tickets, and other bribes from Sean Anthony to steer contracts his way after Hurricane Katrina.
Federal prosecutors say the agreement is not binding because Pahlavan lied to investigators, The Sun Herald reported (http://bit.ly/1GEM6JK ).
He is scheduled for trial July 13 on charges of conspiracy to defraud the government, bribery involving federal programs, obstruction of justice, wire fraud, and lying to the FBI.
U.S. District Judge Sul Ozerden will hear arguments on Pahlavan's motion July 2 at the federal courthouse in Gulfport.
Anthony and former Harrison County Supervisor Kim Savant, who was on the Harrison County Utility Authority's board, have both pleaded guilty to conspiracy in the case. Anthony also has sold his company.
Both are scheduled for sentencing after Pahlavan's trial, indicating they could be witnesses.
Pahlavan's court filing says he recorded conversations with Anthony, providing 61 recordings of "various importance." He also gave federal investigators "detailed information about vehicle purchases and specifics about the operation of the Harrison County Utility Authority," it said.
Attorney Peter H. Barrettalso also has asked Ozerden to step down as judge, saying his impartiality might be questioned because his wife has a business relationship with Anthony. Ozerden refused, saying Anthony's case is separate from Pahlavan's, and Anthony would be a potential witness rather than codefendant.
He said he stepped aside from Anthony's case because his wife had been Anthony's attorney in an unrelated civil case.
His wife has never represented Pahlavan, he wrote.
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    The ongoing series of cases in the Lookout Mountain Judicial Circuit known as the “Craigslist Cases” have reached another interesting fork in the road as the circuit’s lead public defender has now filed a motion accusing prosecutors of stalling the fate of two cases as they await the presence of the key witness.

    A conclusion to the cases continues to stall due to the FBI’s ongoing investigation of one of its agents, who happens to be the linchpin to the whole saga.
    Those “Craigslist Cases” are child sex-related cases that were initially handled by the now-disbanded FBI Northwest Georgia Crimes Against Children Task Force, which served Catoosa, Walker, Dade and Chattooga counties. The task force was headed up by FBI special agent Ken Hillman, who continues to be the main cause for all the delays.
    All the cases fell on Hillman’s watch, with the validity of the cases coming into question and falling under subsequent scrutiny in February 2013.
    With the FBI still investigating its own man, Hillman is unable to testify in court until the completion of said investigation. … The problem is, it’s been over two years already and no one seems to know when or if that investigation will conclude.
    Lead public defender David Dunn, who represents two defendants awaiting trial, requested a speedy trial earlier this year and had his request granted by Cobb County Superior Court judge Grant Brantley, who was brought in after all four Catoosa County judges recused themselves from hearing motions in the cases.
    On June 4, after an assistant district attorney again requested the cases again be delayed past their July 20 trial dates, Dunn decided to file a subsequent motion claiming district attorney’s Herbert E. “Buzz” Franklin’s office is purposely trying to get the cases delayed again because they need Hillman’s testimony to make its claims.
    Dunn’s defendants, Michael Anthony Bales and Robert Niles Swartout Jr., are accused of traveling to an electronically designated meeting are to have sex with a minor, only to be met by Hillman’s task force instead.
    In their request to have the cases pushed back, the DA’s office sited the fact that Rossville police detective David Scroggins would be unavailable to testify due to being out of town on vacation.
    Scroggins is a former task force member, who interviewed and helped arrest the defendants.
    However, Dunn claims that the Scroggins’ vacation is just a smokescreen being created by the DA’s office because they know that Hillman will be unable to testify.
    “Without his (Hillman’s) appearance and testimony,” Dunn wrote in his motion, “the State is unable to prove the charges against the defendant.”
    Dunn went on to say that the DA knows its case would fall apart if the prosecution was to have to prove it on July 20, and that it could be dismissed due to the lack of evidence.
    The investigation into Hillman has revealed that his then girlfriend, Angela Russell, had been allowed to work with the task force while Hillman was in charge where she chatted with would-be child predators and even handcuffed suspects in at least one instance.
    That series of events, which ultimately lead to Hillman’s suspension from the FBI and subsequent investigation from federal prosecutors, has delayed all of the cases currently hanging in the balance due to the domino effect of Hillman’s alleged transgressions.
    Dunn, Ringgold attorney McCracken Poston, and other defense attorneys whose clients are involved have argued that having an untrained civilian posing as an undercover agent and working with the task force raises a lot of questions regarding the validity of the charges in the cases.
    Hillman’s attorney has already stated that his client would plead the Fifth Amendment to all questions during testimony.
    Adam Cook has been a reporter with the Catoosa County News in Ringgold, Ga., since 2009. He currently covers crime and courts, Ringgold and Fort Oglethorpe city government, education, and arts and entertainment.
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    NewsBusters (blog) Preelection FBI 'Active Shooter' Study Team Admits Media Misinterpreted It ... NewsBusters (blog) The number of shootings in which a gunman wounds or kills multiple people has increased dramatically in recent y...
    » Cleveland FBI offering reward for information on Saturday morning robbery - newsnet5.com
    13/06/15 12:18 from fbi - Google News
    newsnet5.com Cleveland FBI offering reward for information on Saturday morning robbery newsnet5.com The bank teller complied with suspect's demands. Despite what the note indicated, a weapon was not observed and no one was hurt in th...
    » FBI offering reward after Saturday morning Cleveland bank robbery - cleveland.com
    13/06/15 11:58 from fbi - Google News
    cleveland.com FBI offering reward after Saturday morning Cleveland bank robbery cleveland.com The FBI described the man as between 5 feet 5 inches and 5 feet 9 inches tall and about 200 pounds, with reddish hair. He is believed to be in ...
    » FBI seeks man in sock hat tied to bank robberies in 3 states - WFMJ
    13/06/15 11:56 from fbi - Google News
    WHIO FBI seeks man in sock hat tied to bank robberies in 3 states WFMJ CINCINNATI (AP) - The FBI is trying to identify and find a man dubbed the "Sock Hat Bandit" and linked to nine bank robberies in three states. Authorities b...
    » FBI seeks man in sock hat tied to bank robberies in three states - WTHR
    13/06/15 09:48 from fbi - Google News
    Columbus Dispatch FBI seeks man in sock hat tied to bank robberies in three states WTHR CINCINNATI - The FBI is trying to identify and find a man dubbed the "Sock Hat Bandit" and linked to nine bank robberies in three states. A...
    » FBI's damning allegations - Boston Herald
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    FBI's damning allegations Boston Herald Nicholas Rovinski left no doubt about his loyalty to the Islamic State — aka ISIS or ISIL — according to a chilling new FBI affidavit. Here are some of his statements, as explained by FBI Speci...
    » 4 Muslims seek damages from FBI agents for time on no-fly list - NOLA.com
    12/06/15 22:05 from fbi - Google News
    NOLA.com 4 Muslims seek damages from FBI agents for time on no-fly list NOLA.com NEW YORK — Four Muslim men who have accused FBI agents of putting them on a no-fly list because they refused to become informants want to pursue damages aga...
    » Brown's Compounding closed after FBI, DEA execute search warrant - The Denver Post
    12/06/15 19:26 from fbi - Google News
    Brown's Compounding closed after FBI , DEA execute search warrant The Denver Post Brown's Compounding Pharmacy was closed by FBI and DEA agents executing search warrants on June 9. Signs on the door of the Englewood, CO, business...
    » Tsarnaev friend appealing conviction - Boston Globe
    12/06/15 19:16 from fbi - Google News
    Tsarnaev friend appealing conviction Boston Globe A friend of Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev is appealing his conviction and three-year prison sentence for lying to FBI agents who were investigating the blasts, court records sh...
    » Sheriff: FBI's help not needed in search for missing baby - Anderson Independent Mail
    12/06/15 18:18 from fbi - Google News
    Sheriff: FBI's help not needed in search for missing baby Anderson Independent Mail The FBI is not playing a major role in the search for a missing 1-year-old Pendleton girl. An FBI spokeswoman said "our organization immediately...
    » Judiciary chairman presses FBI for details on remote cyber spying - The Hill
    12/06/15 17:41 from fbi - Google News
    Washington Times Judiciary chairman presses FBI for details on remote cyber spying The Hill Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) is pressing the FBI for more information about its attempts to expand remote electron...
    » Our Safe Online Surfing Internet Challenge just wrapped up its third year with ... - Federal Bureau of Investigation (press release) (blog)
    12/06/15 16:19 from fbi - Google News
    Federal Bureau of Investigation (press release) (blog) Our Safe Online Surfing Internet Challenge just wrapped up its third year with ... Federal Bureau of Investigation (press release) (blog) That is precisely why the Bureau launched th...
    » Teen who posed as FBI agent during car theft will be extradited back to Michigan - MLive.com
    12/06/15 13:53 from fbi - Google News
    MLive.com Teen who posed as FBI agent during car theft will be extradited back to Michigan MLive.com He could eventually be facing additional charges for impersonating an FBI agent. The Washtenaw County Sheriff's Office said the 17-y...
    » FBI Searching for Man Who Robbed Miami Bank - NBC 6 South Florida
    12/06/15 13:33 from fbi - Google News
    NBC 6 South Florida FBI Searching for Man Who Robbed Miami Bank NBC 6 South Florida The FBI said the man entered the Chase Bank at 175 NW 199th Street around 12:24 p.m., demanding money from a bank employee. Customers were in the bank at...
    » FBI looking for 'sock hat' bank robber - Columbus Dispatch
    12/06/15 13:25 from fbi - Google News
    WHIO FBI looking for 'sock hat' bank robber Columbus Dispatch Hoping that someone will recognize the man dubbed the “Sock Hat Bandit,” the FBI has released surveillance photos and information. His most-recent heist was in Anderso...
    » FBI: Men who plotted with Boston terror suspect readily admitted ISIS support - Boston.com
    12/06/15 13:11 from fbi - Google News
    WPRI 12 Eyewitness News FBI : Men who plotted with Boston terror suspect readily admitted ISIS support Boston.com Confronted by FBI agents hours after his uncle was killed by police, David Wright admitted that he was the one who got Usaa...
    » Report: FBI, IRS investigating Patricia Driscoll, former girlfriend of Kurt Busch - FOXSports.com
    12/06/15 13:09 from fbi - Google News
    SportingNews.com Report: FBI , IRS investigating Patricia Driscoll, former girlfriend of Kurt Busch FOXSports.com Patricia Driscoll, former girlfriend of NASCAR Sprint Cup Series driver Kurt Busch, is under investigation by the FBI and I...
    » ESPN report states that FBI, IRS are investigating Patricia Driscoll - NBCSports.com
    12/06/15 12:42 from fbi - Google News
    Yahoo Sports (blog) ESPN report states that FBI , IRS are investigating Patricia Driscoll NBCSports.com ESPN states that documents the FBI has access to reveal personal expense questions, noting the foundation wrote a $15,000 check towar...
    » Man Confessed, Apologized For Bank Robberies Says FBI - CBS Local
    12/06/15 12:23 from fbi - Google News
    CBS Local Man Confessed, Apologized For Bank Robberies Says FBI CBS Local PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – Federal authorities have detained a man from Greensburg for robbing three banks in Washington and Allegheny counties. The FBI says John Manning...
    » FBI Takes Over Fake-Bomb Investigation - CTNow
    12/06/15 11:51 from fbi - Google News
    FBI Takes Over Fake-Bomb Investigation CTNow The FBI has taken over the investigation into a bizarre Feb. 23 incident that started with the report of a home invasion in Bristol and ended in the parking lot of a New Britain credit union w...
    » FBI Takes Over Fake-Bomb Investigation - Hartford Courant
    12/06/15 11:47 from fbi - Google News
    Hartford Courant FBI Takes Over Fake-Bomb Investigation Hartford Courant Sources said that the FBI has obtained bank records of several members of the Yussman family, including some who do not live in Connecticut. Matthew Yussman is chie...


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