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Subject: Re: Domestic Crime and the F.B.I., by ERNIE ALLEN
Date: Sun, 23 Jun 2002 01:47:34 GMT
NNTP-Posting-Date: Sun, 23 Jun 2002 01:47:34 GMT
Organization: AT&T Worldnet
who is ERNIE ALLEN???????????????
Otis Willie wrote:
> Domestic Crime and the F.B.I., by ERNIE ALLEN
> (EXCERPT) WASHINGTON The F.B.I. is being intensely criticized for
> intelligence failures before Sept. 11. But the F.B.I. that I have
> worked with in recent years, as the leader of an organization
> concerned with kidnapped children, deserves only praise. Our national
> leaders are focusing, as they must, on the F.B.I.'s role in rooting
> out terrorist threats. But they also must not lose sight of the
> bureau's important work in fighting domestic crimes that are beyond
> the scope of local police.
> Right now, the highly publicized search for 14-year-old Elizabeth
> Smart, abducted June 5 in Salt Lake City, is giving the nation a clear
> picture of the horrific nature of some of the "traditional crime" that
> is to be de-emphasized in F.B.I. reorganization. Would Americans want
> to see any erosion in the F.B.I.'s commitment to kidnapping cases?
> Currently there are about 40 F.B.I. agents now working closely with
> state and local law enforcement in Utah and using their specialized
> resources to search for Elizabeth and her abductor. Others are working
> in Milwaukee on the case of 7-year-old Alexis Patterson, who
> disappeared May 3 after being dropped off at school.
> The United States has nearly 18,000 police departments. They rely on
> the F.B.I. for help with some crimes that don't fit easily within
> their jurisdictions — drug cases involving far-flung criminal
> networks, white-collar crimes that span state lines, kidnappings.
> When 6-year-old Adam Walsh was abducted in Florida in 1981, the F.B.I.
> did not get involved. At that time, absent a ransom note or clear
> evidence of interstate trans...
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