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Host Jerri Williams is a retired FBI agent and author on a mission to show you who the FBI is and what the FBI does by interviewing retired agents, her former colleagues, about their most intriguing and high-profiled cases, as well as fascinating but not as well-known FBI investigations. She also reviews how the Bureau is portrayed in books, TV, and movies. Photos and links to articles about the cases and topics discussed can be found at https://jerriwilliams.com/
 
I detta forum låter vi tankarna flöda fritt om innebandyn i stort samt ett lite extra fokus på innebandyallsvenskan under säsongen. Marcus Magnusson bjuder in gäster för att diskutera resultat, dåtid, nutid och framtid inom innebandyn. Lägg märke till att allt som sägs i denna Podcast är personliga tankar och åsikter. God lyssning
 
After being intertwined throughout their university years, Faiz and Bellinda decided to share their insights after being exposed to different environments and situations. Both are Psychology graduates who ended up doing something different with their lives. In this podcast Faiz and Bellinda give their insight to various aspects of life.
 
An analysis of rare recordings of serial killer Ted Bundy confessing to kidnapping, rape, murder, necrophilia, and corpse mutilation a few days prior to his execution. FBI profilers, a doctor of serial killing, criminal psychologists, and a famed homicide detective who interviewed Bundy weigh in on unredacted audio files withheld from the public.
 
This Is Your FBI is a radio crime drama broadcast in the United States on ABC from April 6, 1945, to January 30, 1953, for a total of 409 shows. FBI chief J. Edgar Hoover gave it his endorsement, calling it "the finest dramatic program on the air". Producer-director Jerry Devine was given access to FBI files by Hoover, and the resulting dramatizations of FBI cases were narrated by Frank Lovejoy (1945), Dean Carleton (1946–1947) and William Woodson (1948–1953). Stacy Harris played the lead ro ...
 
Join hosts Debbie Dujanovic, Sheryl Worsley and Becky Bruce in a virtual citizens' academy with the FBI in Salt Lake City, Utah. Learn about how agents respond to crimes and threats ranging from human sex trafficking to counterterrorism and intelligence to mass shootings and even the mafia. Take a virtual tour of the technology used by the evidence response teams that help process crime scenes and work your way through the firearms training simulator as agents explain how and why to use dead ...
 
I Was A Communist For The FBI was a show that came from the anti-Communist hysteria at a peak in the 1950s, and by the end of 1952 I Was a Communist was scheduled on more than 600 stations. The show was based on the book by Matt Cvetic and purportedly told of his adventures as an undercover operative who joined the Communist Party to spy from within for the FBI. Many of the stories contained double-edged conflicts: Cvetic constantly looked for information, walking a tightrope among suspiciou ...
 
From the team behind the No 1 Hit podcast, Untold: the Daniel Morgan Murder, comes another inside story of a crime - in this case the hacking, data misuse, illegal financing and potential interference in the EU referendum. Orwell Prize winning journalist Carole Cadwalladr lays out the evidence with Peter Jukes and asks: why hasn't the UK got a proper investigation into wrongdoing See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
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Retired agent John Kuchta reviews the November 22, 1994, ambush at the DC Metro Police Headquarters where a gunman killed Special Agents Martha Dixon and Michael Miller, and MPD Sgt. Henry “Hank” Daly. John survived multiple gunshot wounds to his heart, liver, kidney, lung, arm, and leg. For his actions, he was awarded the FBI Medal of Valor and U.…
 
On November 22, 1994, Special Agents Martha Dixon Martinez and Michael John Miller, and Police Sgt. Henry "Hank" Daley, were shot and killed inside the Washington, DC Metropolitan Police Headquarters building. In this episode, one of Martha Dixon’s sisters, Monica Dentino, one of her brothers, Kevin Dixon, and six of Martha’s former co-workers, ret…
 
This special episode to commemorate the 50th anniversary of women FBI agents, features a lively and honest conversation with previous guests of FBI Retired Case File Review, Lauren Anderson, Judy Tyler, Gina Davis, Katherine Schweit, Jane Mason, Masayo Halpin, Julia Cowley, and Kathy Stearman. These retired agents talk about normally taboo "women’s…
 
July 2022 marks the 50th anniversary of women FBI agents. In this episode, active and retired agents share historical and personal stories about FBI Director Hoover's initial rejection and the Bureau's eventual acceptance of women as agents. Check out episode show notes, photos, and related articles. https://jerriwilliams.com/264-history-of-women-f…
 
In this episode, retired agent Craig Arnold reviews two shooting incidents he was involved in, one which resulted in saving the life of an FBI informant and another where, during a fatal shootout, he saved the life of a cooperating witness by taking the life of a subject. As a certified peer support counselor, Craig traveled all over the country to…
 
In this episode, retired agent Jerome Lorrain and former Safe Street Taskforce (SSTF) officer Joseph W. Nicholson review one of their kidnapping and murder investigations. In 2001, David Cannon abducted and bludgeoned to death Thomas Earl Beasley, III. Cannon and Beasley met at the Miss-A-Bama Saloon. Cannon became enraged after Beasley allegedly m…
 
In part two of this two-part episode, retired agent John Anticev continues his case review of his operation of FBI informant Emad Salem, who infiltrated an operational cell of Egyptian Islamic radicals but fired by John’s FBI superiors while John was out on sick leave recovering from a brain tumor. Members of the cell were later found to be respons…
 
On this episode of Inside the FBI, hear the stories of four missing kids—Karlie Gusé, David Williams, Steven Anderson, and Anthonette Cayedito—and learn how you can help us bring them home. For a full transcript and additional resources, visit fbi.gov/podcasts/. Subscribe to Inside the FBI wherever you get your podcasts: Spotify: open.spotify.com/s…
 
In part one of this two-part episode of FBI Retired Case File Review, retired agent John Anticev reviews his investigation into the 1990 murder of Rabbi Meir Kahane and his operation of an FBI confidential source who infiltrated an operational cell of Egyptian Islamic radicals. The cell’s spiritual leader was Sheik Omar Abdel Rahman, also known as …
 
On this episode of Inside the FBI, learn how the FBI's Law Enforcement Officers Killed and Assaulted Data Collection leverages data to help law enforcement officers protect themselves from becoming statistics. For a full transcript and additional resources, visit fbi.gov/podcasts/. If you work in law enforcement, you can email osat@fbi.gov to reque…
 
In this episode, retired agent Dave Nadolski reviews the 1997 multi-agency investigation of the disappearance of 10-Year-old Jeffrey Curley from in front of his grandmother’s home in Cambridge, Massachusetts and the failed polygraph exam that lead to a confession from one of the two predators responsible for the kidnapping and murder of the little …
 
On this episode, Special Agent Cerena Coughlin, an FBI Applicant Coordinator and recruiter for the Philadelphia Division and first office agent Special Agent Cassandra Winkel, provide answers to over 40 questions sent in by FBI Retired Case File Review listeners. This is part 2 of this two-part recruitment episode. Also check out Part 1 - 257: FBI …
 
Special Agent Cerena Coughlin, an FBI Applicant Coordinator and recruiter for the Philadelphia Division and first office agent Special Agent Cassandra Winkel, update us on all phases of the FBI special agent hiring process and the training program at the FBI Academy. This is part 1 of this recruitment episode. Also check out Part 2 – Episode 258: L…
 
Retired Agent Tommy MacDonald reviews the thirty-seven-year manhunt for Top Ten Most Wanted Fugitive cop killer Donald Eugene Webb, wanted for the December 1980 murder of Saxonburg, Pennsylvania Chief of Police Gregory Adams. His multiple interview sessions with Webb's wife, Lillian, were a major component of the many tools and techniques used to r…
 
On this episode of Inside the FBI, learn about MS-13 and the FBI's hunt for Yulan Adonay Archaga Carias, the transnational gang's alleged leader for all of Honduras. For a full transcript and additional resources, visit fbi.gov/podcasts/. Subscribe to Inside the FBI wherever you get your podcasts: Spotify: open.spotify.com/show/4H2d3cg0SK9fIqXaNcu9…
 
Retired agent Katherine Schweit reviews three school shootings, Columbine H.S., Virginia Tech University, and Sandy Hook Elementary, which she studied extensively for the FBI’s initial research project she authored. The report, A Study of Active Shooter Incidents in the United States Between 2000 and 2013, focused both on research and operational n…
 
On this episode of Inside the FBI, we learn how the FBI investigates hate crimes, and how it's supporting victims, encouraging reporting, and building greater trust in minority communities. For a full transcript and additional resources, visit fbi.gov/news/podcasts/. ​ Subscribe to Inside the FBI wherever you get your podcasts: Spotify: open.spotif…
 
In this episode of FBI Retired Case File Review, Retired agent Dan DeSimone reviews "Operation Thin Crust," a long-term undercover operation (UCO) conducted in 1998. He played the undercover role of the manager of an escort service, covertly set up by the FBI to gather evidence of attempts by associates of the New York Gambino crime family to enter…
 
On this episode of Inside the FBI, we sit down with Deputy Assistant Director Tonya Ugoretz to discuss the evolution of the cyber threat—and how it impacts us all. For a full transcript and additional resources, visit fbi.gov/news/podcasts/. Subscribe to Inside the FBI wherever you get your podcasts: Spotify: open.spotify.com/show/4H2d3cg0SK9fIqXaN…
 
Retired agent Charles Stuber reviews his bribery and public corruption investigation of North Carolina Speaker of the House Jim Black. At the time, Black was serving his eleventh term in the House of Representatives and was the most powerful politician in the state. Chuck Stuber served in the FBI for 28 years. Check out episode show notes, photos, …
 
On this episode of Inside the FBI, we discuss the unrelenting efforts to find Asha Degree, who disappeared at 9 years old from her North Carolina home. For a full transcript and additional resources, visit fbi.gov/news/podcasts/. ​ Subscribe to Inside the FBI wherever you get your podcasts: Spotify: open.spotify.com/show/4H2d3cg0SK9fIqXaNcu9r0 Appl…
 
Retired agent Charlie Cunningham reviews his investigation of David Lindsay for cocaine trafficking. Lindsay was a highly decorated war hero who had retired from the military after about 21 years in the Marine Corps and the Army. As reflected on Lindsay's DD-214 military record, he had earned over twenty medals of bravery. A pre-trial evaluation de…
 
On this episode of Inside the FBI, we discuss how the FBI fights human trafficking and supports victims. For a full transcript and additional resources, visit fbi.gov/news/podcasts/. Subscribe to Inside the FBI wherever you get your podcasts: Spotify: open.spotify.com/show/4H2d3cg0SK9fIqXaNcu9r0 Apple Podcasts: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/inside-…
 
Retired agent Kurt McKenzie reviews Operation Oxy Alley, a multi-agency investigation of pill mill clinics illegally distributing pain killers. Christopher and Jeffrey George, twin brothers, operated, managed and financed pain management clinics in Broward and Palm Beach Counties in Florida. The four clinics prescribed more than twenty million pill…
 
Retired agent Richard “Rick” DesLauriers reviews the Boston Marathon Bombing investigation which he led as the Special Agent in Charge of the Boston Division. He provides a day-by-day timeline of the Boston FBI’s Joint Terrorism Task Force’s successful efforts to first identify and then capture the bombers, brothers Tamerlan Tsarnaev and Dzhokhar T…
 
Retired agent Masayo Halpin reviews the case of a 14-year-old girl, who, through manipulation and daily beatings, was forced into sex work. Although initially reluctant to cooperate with law enforcement, Lucy (not her real name) stayed in contact with Masayo with and after five years was finally ready to testify against her trafficker. Masayo serve…
 
In this episode of FBI Retired Case File Review, retired agent Jennifer Coffindaffer reviews a case she worked on in 2003 when assigned as the Senior Resident Agent at the Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport. She arrested Fazal Karim, a Canadian of Pakistani origin, for trying to board a flight with 32 razor blades concealed in his carry-on lug…
 
On this episode of Inside the FBI, we sit down with FBI Executive Assistant Director Brian Turner to talk about violent crime, why it’s on an increase, and what the FBI is doing about it. For a full transcript and additional resources, visit fbi.gov/news/podcasts/. Subscribe to Inside the FBI wherever you get your podcasts: Spotify: open.spotify.co…
 
On this episode of Inside the FBI, we're resharing information on holiday shopping scams and tips to shop safely and smartly online. For a full transcript and additional resources, visit fbi.gov/news/podcasts/. And to learn more about the FBI's Internet Crime Complaint Center and/or report a suspected scam, visit https://www.ic3.gov. Subscribe to I…
 
Retired agent Michael De La Pena reviews his polygraph examination of Robel Phillipos, a friend of one of the Boston Marathon bombers, convicted of lying to authorities investigating the terrorist act. During the bombings, orchestrated by brothers Tamerlan Tsarnaev and Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, three people were killed and more than 260 injured. Mike also…
 
The 8th Annual G-Man Honors: A Salute to FBI Heroes dinner was held on November 18, 2021 at the Four Seasons Hotel in Washington, DC. Tickets to the elegant gala sold out quickly. Luckily, the event was recorded so you can hear the featured presenters. This year's event was held in special remembrance on the 20th anniversary of the September 11, 20…
 
Retired agent Josh Mayers reviews his seven-year-long investigation of Sinovel Wind Group, an 18% Chinese state-owned wind turbine manufacturer, and three individuals for conspiracy and the theft of trade secrets and proprietary software from American Superconductor Corp. (AMSC), a US company headquartered in Devens, MA, with offices in Wisconsin, …
 
Retired agent Charlie Price reviews several artful interviews and techniques he used to obtain confessions and signed statements from white collar, counterintelligence, and enemy combatant subjects. He developed an expertise and was asked by his fellow agents and Bureau management (both in the field and at FBIHQ) to conduct subject interviews on ot…
 
On this episode of Inside the FBI, learn why health care fraud isn’t a victimless crime, and how we’re fighting back to keep Americans safe. For a full transcript and additional resources, visit fbi.gov/news/podcasts/. Subscribe to Inside the FBI wherever you get your podcasts: Spotify: open.spotify.com/show/4H2d3cg0SK9fIqXaNcu9r0 Apple Podcasts: p…
 
Retired agent and podcast host Jerri Williams interviews the victims of a loan shark and extortion investigation, a spin-off case of her Group II business-to-business telemarketing undercover case. During a proffer meeting, brothers Andy and Gary Last Name Unused (LNU) who were the subjects of her fraud case, confide that they had been getting shor…
 
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