Today, FBI Director James Comey and former FBI Director Louis Freeh joined U.S. Air Force personnel and victims of the Khobar Towers attack during a remembrance ceremony at the United States Air Force Memorial in Arlington, Virginia. The event was organized by the Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors, or TAPS.
Director James Comey discussed terrorism and other pressing law enforcement issues this morning during the opening session of the National Sheriffs’ Association annual conference and exhibition, held this year in Minneapolis.
The case of the pirated Mercedes-Benz software is a classic example of how a company’s intellectual property can be compromised—and how criminals can profit from someone else’s hard work.
The crimes and violence associated with Mexican drug trafficking organizations can reach almost anywhere in the United States, as evidenced by a kidnapping in rural South Carolina that resulted in the convictions of three cartel-connected men—one of whom was recently sentenced to 56 years in prison.
This week in Washington, D.C., Director James Comey is hosting a meeting of the Five Eyes Law Enforcement Group (FELEG), an international coalition of law enforcement agencies from Australia, Canada, New Zealand, the United Kingdom, and the United States who share criminal intelligence and collaborate on operations to combat transnational crime.
The FBI asked for the public’s help today to learn more about the movements of Omar Mateen prior to his shooting rampage Sunday at an Orlando, Florida nightclub that left 49 people dead.
Although four decades have passed since a prolific serial rapist and murderer terrorized California communities from Sacramento to Orange County, the FBI and local law enforcement announced a national publicity campaign today—and a $50,000 reward—in the hopes of locating the suspect and finally bringing him to justice.
FBI Director James B. Comey said today that the FBI is working non-stop to understand what led a man to commit a deadly shooting spree in Orlando, Florida, that left 49 people dead and dozens more injured.