Category Archives: Federal Bureau of Incompetence

Barton Hollow: the Impact of False Accusation

I have told this story before, but it bears telling again. My friend Ben A. (he’d like to be a private citizen now) was minding his own business in 1997 when an FBI tactical squad arrested him and his two … Continue reading

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Federal Bureau of Incompetence

I was reading this NYT piece about a rift between America’s Muslim community and the FBI when I got to the last paragraph: Mr. Rolince, the former F.B.I. agent, said he understood the worries, but felt they were overblown. “The … Continue reading

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