The Federal Bureau of Investigation can withhold data from a civil liberties group on its use of ethnic and racial information.Read More »
U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder has recognized three federal prosecutors in Kansas City for the successful conviction of a racially-motivated killing. Assistant U.S. Attorneys David Ketchmark and D. Michael Green and Financial Analyst Elsie Robinson captured the office’s second-highest award ...Read More »
In the past two years, the St. Louis Division of the FBI topped all other U.S. field offices in arrests of individuals on child pornography and child sex charges. Since John Gillies (left) joined the office as the special agent in charge in October 2007, the office has arrested 107 child predators. There have been more that 114 indictments and 93 convictions.
"Predators may think they can hide in the security of their own homes and think they're safe," Gillies said in a press conference on Wednesday. "But I assure them they're not."
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The Federal Bureau of Investigation arrested Uplands Park police officer Leon F. Pullen late Saturday night, and in a federal complaint alleged he sexually assaulted a woman by placing her in fear of death, bodily harm and kidnapping. The incident ...Read More »
The American people are ambivalent about intelligence - demanding more of it only when they're frightened. That's the opinion of a former director both the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the Central Intelligence Agency William H. Webster spoke to a group of people attending the 2009 Corporate Anti-Terrorism Conference this week at Washington University School of Law. Webster was a judge on the U.S. District Court in St. Louis from 1970 to 1973, when he was named to the 8th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals.Read More »
The Eighth Circuit has affirmed a ruling in favor of the FBI on Leonard Peltier’s Freedom of Information Act request. The appellate court agreed that an in camera review of the 10,557 pages requested from Peltier’s file was not necessary ...Read More »