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My worst moment: 'FBI' star Jeremy Sisto on his 'Dazed and Confused' audition for director Richard Linklater
On the CBS drama “FBI,” Jeremy Sisto plays Jubal Valentine, the special agent in charge who isn’t out pounding the pavement — as he did when he played a cop on “Law & Order” — but is the guy back at the office, supervising his team’s efforts and making sure all the pieces of an investigation are coming together.Sisto’s career as an actor started early. When he was 7 years old, he began performing in professional theater in Chicago, including two productions at the Goodman.“The only reason I was doing plays was because I was raised by a single mom who was pursuing an acting career,” Sisto said....
Justice Department Drops Case Against Former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe
The Department of Justice announced Friday that it is dropping its investigation into former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe.“We write to inform you that, after careful consideration, the Government has decided not to pursue criminal charges against your client, Andrew G. McCabe, arising from the referral” made by the Inspector General’s office to investigate his behavior, the D.C. U.S, Attorney’s Office wrote in a letter to McCabe’s attorneys.The Wall Street Journal reported shortly before the 2016 election that the FBI was investigating former Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton and the Cli...
William Barr Asks Justice Department Deputies To Launch Inquiry Into Michael Flynn’s FBI Interview
The Justice Department has opened an inquiry into former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn‘s interview with the FBI that led to him pleading guilty of lying to investigators in 2017. He is now seeking to withdraw his guilty plea.Attorney General William Barr reportedly asked Jeffrey Jensen, the U.S. attorney for the Eastern District of Missouri, to investigate Flynn’s interview with the FBI. They said they do not know the timeline for the inquiry, but that Jensen is looking into how the FBI’s interview of Flynn occurred.Barr has been recently criticized for giving Trump’s allies a leg up...
More Parkland parents sue FBI over botched tips about school shooter
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. — Another set of parents are suing the FBI over how the agency botched tips about the Parkland shooter, leading to their child’s death in the 2018 massacre at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High.Andrew Pollack and Shara Kaplan, the parents of Meadow Pollack, who was 17 when she was shot a total of nine times during the massacre, filed their lawsuit against the Federal Bureau of Investigation on Wednesday in Fort Lauderdale federal court.The lawsuit resembles ones filed by the parents of Jaime Guttenberg and Carmen Schentrup in November 2018. Guttenberg and Schentrup also were k...
Editorial: You've been warned: Stop flying your drones near the Super Bowl stadium
Consider it the FBI’s version of air-traffic control.The FBI has a drone problem, which means that, as the Super Bowl approaches, the rest of us have a drone problem, too.Miami FBI Special Agent In Charge George Piro said too many people are flying those alien-looking flying cameras, ignoring the clearly defined restricted air space over Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens where the Kansas City Chiefs and the San Francisco 49ers will play on Sunday.“So far this week the FBI drone mitigation teams have detected 54 unauthorized drones in restricted airspace. If you are a drone operator, make sure...
‘Son of God’ couldn’t stop FBI raid
Three administrators of the Philippine-based Kingdom of Jesus Christ (KOJC) Christian sect were arrested on Wednesday (Thursday in Manila) for participating in an immigration fraud scheme that brought followers to the United States to raise funds for an alleged bogus charity.Church members were tricked into becoming fundraisers “and then arranged sham marriages and other illegal mechanisms” to keep them in the country, according to a US Department of Justice press statement.The federal criminal complaint alleged that the church members solicited donations for the nonprofit Children’s Joy Found...
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FBI probes use of Israeli firm’s spyware in personal and government hacks
The FBI is investigating the role of Israeli spyware vendor NSO Group Technologies in possible hacks on American residents and companies as well as suspected intelligence gathering on governments, according to four people familiar with the inquiry, Reutersreports.The probe was underway by 2017 when Federal Bureau of Investigation officials were trying to learn whether NSO obtained from American hackers any of the code it needed to infect smartphones, said one person interviewed by the FBI then and again last year.NSO said it sells its spy software and technical support exclusively to governmen...
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