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Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy borrowed the personal car of William Simon, special agent in charge of the Los Angeles field office, to secretly see Marilyn Monroe just before her suicide.—AP Photo
For twelve years, FBI Executive Assistant Director Louis E. Grever was what he calls a "government-sanctioned burglar," planting bugs in homes and offices of Mafia figures, terrorists, corrupt members of Congress, spies, and foreign intelligence officers. If caught, he could have been shot as an intruder.—FBI Photo
FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover, at right, had a spousal relationship with his deputy, Clyde Tolson. He vacationed with him and left his estate to him.—AP Photo
Karl Koecher, a mole in the CIA, and his wife Hana attended sex orgies to obtain information for the KGB until the FBI arrested them for espionage and sent them back to Prague.—Ronald Kessler Photo
This book is very easy reading.
Furthermore, Ken Starr spent 3 years investigating Foster's death and issued an exhaustive 114 page report which does not even make mention of the Hillary "incident."
According to Ronald Kessler in his new book The Secrets Of The FBI, the passengers were FBI agents on a stakeout.
This should be read by every American citizen. Not only for it's history aspect but for full insight into the problems, the politics, the redundancy of our government offices. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
Highly recommended reading if you are interested in what goes on in our government.Published 4 months ago by Kindle Customer
A good read. Very common sense (non-political) approach evaluating pluses and minuses of FBI approach over the years.Published 5 months ago by Dennis Fish