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Wednesday 30 January 2002

FBI Misconduct to be Investigated After All

Despite efforts by the Administration to ignore the matter, some 30-year-old FBI misconduct will be investigated after all, albeit by Dan Burton.

(See this entry for some background.)

From the Boston Herald:

The chairman of a congressional committee investigating FBI misconduct that led to the jailing of a Boston man for a murder he didn’t commit will move forward with the probe over the objections of President Bush and Attorney General John Ashcroft. Rep. Dan Burton (R-Ind.) said on CBS’ “60 Minutes” last night that the case involving Joseph Salvati is one the biggest miscarriages of justice he has ever seen. He said he wants former FBI director J. Edgar Hoover’s name removed from the agency’s headquarters because of evidence Hoover knew Salvati was innocent.
Posted by tino at 12:00 30.01.02
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I am a criminal justice major in college right now doing a presentation and I choose FBI Msconduct and I would just like to say that this is making me sick to think that the FBI actually thinks that we do not notice what they are doing. They are trying to run this country by running every person that has a voice to jail. And they have succeeded in so many ways but we are through and this, hopefully, is the end of the FBI’s reighn over our country.

Posted by: Rozalynn McCord at June 10, 2003 04:02 PM