Talk:Federal Bureau of Investigation

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There was a 'Loadie' weirdo at a cyber cafe who was in a chat room in a cyber cafe that no longer exists at midlands shopping. Any link to computer piracy or even cyberterrorism? Any link to midi of India and/or karnal Singh and hence Islamist in India? I have posted info from Malaysia but suspect the site might not be allowing posts to the cia or FBI, false pages posing as open internet in a internal server/trap.

WHERE'S WHITEY?[edit]

Why no mention of the FBI's corruption of special agents, U.S. attorneys and federal judges in the Whitey Bulger case? A conspiracy to protect a serial murderer for decades and wrongfully imprison four men for Bulger's murders is a relevant part of the FBI story. Not including this sorry episode (with links) here makes the page look like it's been censored by the FBI.

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No reference to ABSCAM[edit]

There is no reference to the FBI operation, termed ABSCAM, during the late 70s. This was a significant operation for the FBI, an historic turning point, and one of heightened controversy, especially for the FBI use of questionable entrapment methods and their perceived prosecution of congressional democrats in response to the Church Committee investigations of the FBI.

In the wake of Abscam, Attorney General Benjamin Civilett issued "The Attorney General Guidelines for FBI Undercover Operations" ("Civiletti Undercover Guidelines") on January 5, 1981. These were the first Attorney General Guidelines for undercover operations, and they formalized procedures necessary to conduct undercover operations.

Additional reference could be made to the 2013 film, American Hustle, as an exploration of the moral issues surrounding the FBI ABSCAM operation. — Preceding unsigned comment added by Btburke (talkcontribs) 03:47, 31 December 2013 (UTC)

FBI Cell phone taps and Onstar tap[edit]

WhisperToMe (talk) 15:34, 1 January 2014 (UTC)

FBI Background[edit]

Background checks for new hires are conducted by the FBI. Either by Special Agents or contractors under the BICS program.68.55.132.127 (talk) 15:15, 16 March 2014 (UTC)PWDoughertyCite error: There are <ref> tags on this page without content in them (see the help page). Personal experience

my computer[edit]

you have lock my computer for no reson I was not look at no child on this computer I was look for a youth day welcome for my youth day program I just got this computer today and am happy marrie and I am 62 year old and I have grand children I have no reson to do this I am not a freak old woman could send me a phone number so I can talk to you all luella — Preceding unsigned comment added by 2600:1005:B00F:8D20:4C5E:B94D:136:19A2 (talk) 04:04, 25 July 2014 (UTC)

  1. ^ www.thedailybeast.com/newsweek/2012/06/17/whitey-bulger-s-trial-conspiracy-john-connolly-speaks.html