A Brief Index to FBI Agents
(discussed by name on these pages)
Click on the name to be taken to the page(s) where the individual is discussed.
See also the HALL OF SHAME page at http://www.zpub.com/notes/fbi-shame.html
Robin Andrews met with the undercover FBI Special Agent Michael A Fain ("Tait") with her partner, Special Agent Paul Szczepaniak, in the Earth First! investigation called THERMCON. Fain gained the trust of the members of an Arizona cell of Earth First! and suggested they cut power pylons with THERMITE. The cell decided an acetylene torch was more appropriate, but the FBI forgot to change the case codeword. Oops!
John Michael Anticev was the supersisor of informant Emad A Salem, along with S/A Nancy Floyd. The FBI claims that Salem wasn't an active informant in the seven months before the first bomb went off, but agents admitted that they had been following one of the conspirators (Mahmud Abouhalima) just six weeks prior to the explosion. Their investigation was supposedly called off in mid-January 1993, despite warnings that members of the mosque were trying to obtain explosives. This seems unlikely. He was born on November 18, 1958.
E. H. Arkin was a Memphis Police Intelligence chief who served as a source for the FBI during the late 1960's. He boasted that he founded the intelligence unit of his police department with FBI S/A William Lawrence as his mentor. It was Arkin's unit which used the firehouse across from the Lorrraine Motel to surveil Dr. King and his entourage.
Lori Bailey was the FBI Agent in charge of the $2 to 3 million, 50+ agent FBI operation against Earth First! carried out in Arizona from 1987 until at least 1989. In 2001 someone by that name was the media relations officer for the Dallas Field Office of the FBI. Her phone number was 214-922-7638.
Warren Bamford was a sniper/observer with the FBI's Hostage Rescue Team at Ruby Ridge on August 22, 1992. He was a member of the team known as 'Sierra 2'.
Jerome Anders Barker was a sniper/observer with the FBI's Hostage Rescue Team at Ruby Ridge on August 22, 1992. He was a member of the team known as 'Sierra 3'.
Simeon Booker was (perhaps inadvertantly) the FBI's Congress of Racial Equality (CORE) informant. His information allowed the KKK to launch a vicious attack on CORE 'Freedom Riders' as they arrived at Birmingham, Alabama on May 14, 1961. (p 484, Gentry, Curt J. Edgar Hoover: The Man and the Secrets 1991 WW Norton)
Stockton Buck was the inventory control person for FBI's evidence collection in the Bari / Cherney bombing. He was also placed in charge of finding Bari's new "hideout" after she lowered her profile following threats against and attempts on her life. He had attended the bomb school with Oakland PD officers one month before the March 1990 explosion.
Steven Burmeister was an FBI Lab employee and scientist who helped Dr. Frederick Whitehurst expose improper practices at the FBI Lab.
Julius Carl "Julio" Butler is now a Los Angeles Attorney (CA Bar number 141646), but in the early 1970's he was the primary FBI informant against Elmer "Geronimo" Pratt (now named ji Jaga*) and helped put him in prison falsely* for 25 years, 1972-1997.
ji Jaga was freed from prison in 1997.
Jack R Coler, aged 28, was killed with FBI Special Agent Ronald A Williams on June 26, 1975 on the Pine Ridge Reservation, possibly while trying to provoke a firefight between a small (16 - 30 man) AIM unit and a much larger force (300+) of Bureau of Indian Affairs / FBI / U.S. Marshals. He and Williams were supposedly looking for an indian named James Theodore Eagle.. He was survived by his wife and two children, who lived in Colorado Springs at the time.
E.J. Connelley was an FBI agent in the 1920's. He wrote a memo to FBI Headquarters that they should make "a very prompt decision" as to the nature of the American Civil Liberties Union, or ACLU. Fifty years later, the FBI was still investigating the ACLU. Maybe they still are.
John Conway became the case agent after Hemje in late 1990. He took part in the search of Darryl Cherney's residence and was accused by Bari and Cherney's attorneys of initiating the search for Judi Bari's new home after the explosion. Shortly after the new address was obtained, death threats were delivered to Bari's new landlord. S/A Conway had investigated the Cloverdale timber mill bomb as well as some Earth First! actions in the weeks prior to the attempted murder of Judi Bari. He was also one of the main case agents in the investigation called THERMCON the year before; a sting of Earth First! members in Arizona.
Tom Cook was Birmingham, Alabama Police Chief Eugene "Bull" Connor's Sergeant in charge of intelligence, as well as an informant for both the KKK and the FBI.
Frank Costanza was a helicopter pilot for the FBI's Hostage Recue Team at Ruby Ridge on August 22, 1992. His flight over the cabin drew out Randy Weaver, Kevin Harris, and Sara Weaver. It was this incident which convinced Lon T Horiuchi to take a shot at Randy Weaver and / or Kevin Harris, hitting Vicki Weaver instead.
Christopher Curran was a sniper/observer with the FBI's Hostage Rescue Team at Ruby Ridge on August 22, 1992. He was a member of the team known as 'Sierra 3'.
Ronald Davenport was the Washington, D.C. Supervisory Special Agent in charge of the 1983-1986 CISPES investigation. He was well liked by Daniel Flanagan.
Frank Doyle, Jr. was the chief bomb site examiner in charge of the Bari / Cherney forensic investigation. He was a 20 year veteran of anti-terrorism investigations when the Bari case fell into his lap in 1990. His assertion that the bomb was visible in the rear floorboard was the basis of search warrants sworn out by the Oakland Police Department. He is also accused of misrepresenting other facts in the case.
Douglass Frank Durham was in informant / infiltrator in the American Indian Movement. He became an informant for the FBI around the time he entered the seige at Wounded Knee, South Dakota in 1973 as a left wing 'journalist' with Pax Today. Durham became the pilot for, and later the national director of, AIM security, while falsely claiming he was decended from the Chippewa people. He was born on 9/26/37. (More Details on another website: http://www.mindspring.com/~mike.wicks/dougie.html )
Salvador "Sal" Escobedo was the San Antonio Special Agent who took over handling Frank Varelli after Daniel Flanagan left the FBI. Varelli was a deep-cover informant inside CISPES, a legal political group based in the United States.
Kenneth Fadeley was an informant for the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms. Using the false name "Gus Magisono," he posed as a biker and white supremacist to get closer to the Aryan Nations. He was the informant who asked Randy Weaver to sell him two sawed-off shotguns in 1990, finally 'succeeding' in January 1991. A jury later aquitted Weaver of the charge, and Weaver claims that Fadeley sawed the barrels off of two legal-length shotguns in order to fulfil his obligations to BATF Special Agent Herb Byerly. The FBI bacame involved in the case when a US Marshal was shot and killed while surveilling Randy Weaver's property in August, 1992.
Michael A Fain, was an FBI agent who called himself 'Mike Tait' in a sting of Earth First! members living in Arizona in 1989. He was introduced to the group by an informant, Ron Fraser, who was paid $53,000 by the FBI while receiving immunity from prosecution for participating in criminal activity. THERMCON
W. Mark Felt was the former Acting Associate Director of the FBI who was convicted of ordering 'black bag jobs' (burglaries) against the families of Weatherman Underground members in the early 1970's. Some people also believe he was Deep Throat, the informant of the Washington Post in the Watergate affair. See also Edward S. Miller.
Michael Fitzpatrick, an FBI informer against Malcolm X's daughter Qubilah Bahiya Shabazz. He was run by Special Agent Dan Scott.
Daniel Flanagan was an FBI Special Agent who ran Salvadoran informant Frank Varelli against the Committee in Solidarity with the People of El Salvador, CISPES. Flanagan left the FBI in the late 1980's after he was accused of witholding informant payments from 'Varelli.' He had also committed the unforgivable sin of losing a briefcase full of classified information somewhere on a walk he took in Washington. D.C. in April, 1984. Shortly after the briefcase went missing, death threats and burglaries against CISPES members became much more frequent. Some have suggested that Flanagan had sold or given the information on CISPES to private organizations such as the Western Goals Foundation, the John Birch Society, and the John Rees newsletter Information Digest.
Nancy Floyd was the supersisor of informant Emad A Salem, along with S/A John Anticev. The FBI claims that Salem wasn't an active informant in the seven months before the first bomb went off, but agents admitted that they had been following one of the conspirators (Mahmud Abouhalima) just six weeks prior to the explosion. Their investigation was supposedly called off in mid-January 1993, despite warnings that members of the mosque were trying to obtain explosives. This seems unlikely.
James M Fox was the Assistant Director in Charge of the New York Division of the FBI from 1987 until 1994. The Assitant Director position is unique in the FBI; it is a kind of co-directorship above the usual rank of Special Agent in Charge. Fox retired shortly after he made comments to the press regarding the FBI's role in the conspiracy to bomb the World Trade Center. He went to work for Mutual of America Insurance.
Ron Fraser, was an informant who was paid $53,000 by the FBI while receiving immunity from prosecution for participating in criminal activity. (Arizona Four / Earth First! sting) THERMCON
Louis Freeh was the Director of the FBI from September 1993 until his 'retirement' in June 2001. See Hanssen, R.P.
James Harrison was an informant for the FBI inside the Southern Christian Leadership Conference. His job was to give the FBI advance notice of Dr King's travel arrangements, so the FBI technicians could plan their wiretaps. He was 'run' by Alan G Sentinella.
Robert Phillip Hanssen was a very naughty boy who played both sides of the Cold War for his own amusement. He got people killed before he was finally caught in early 2001. He cost Louis Freeh his job.
Lester B Hazen was the coordinator of the sniper/observers with the FBI's Hostage Rescue Team at Ruby Ridge on August 22, 1992.
Richard W Held was an FBI agent accused by a fellow agent of railroading Geronimo Pratt into prison in the COINTELPRO against the Black Panther Party in 1972, was the Special Agent in Charge of the San Francisco FBI when Judi Bari's car was blown up in his territory in May, 1990. He retired in 1993.
Walter Hemje was the second case agent in the Bari / Cherney bombing case, although he was not a member of Squad 13 at the time of the blast. He was, however, transferred out of Squad 13 by the end of 1990.
James Holford was one of the first responders to the scene of Judi Bari and Darryl Cherney's bombed-out car on May 24, 1990. He was a member of the FBI's Squad 13.
Frank Holoman was the Memphis official responsible for the police and fire departments of that city in 1968 when Dr. Martin Luther King was assassinated there. He had not only previously been an FBI agent for 25 years, but had been the Special Agent in Charge of the Atlanta Field Office. It was Atlanta that was the nerve center of the King surveillance.
John Edgar Hoover was director of the FBI from 1924 until his death in 1972. There are books about this man. You should read a few and make up your own mind whether he was the most powerful homosexual in the US Government during the 20th century. Despite Hoover's efforts to discredit Dr. Martin Luther King Jr, there exist today many schools, streets, and even a holiday named for him. Hoover's name, on the other hand, still brings foremost to mind something designed to suck dirt from soiled carpets. History is often ironic like that.
Lon Tomohisa Horiuchi was the FBI sniper who shot and killed Vicki Weaver on August 22, 1992 as she stood in her family's cabin door holding her infant daughter Elisheeba in her arms. Horiuchi and his spotter, Dale (or Dave) Monroe, formed sniper team Sierra Four at the rural Idaho seige, which became known as Ruby Ridge. They also deployed to Mount Carmel Center (Branch Davidian Church) near Waco, Texas in 1993. Horiuchi was born on June 9, 1954, and grew up in Hawaii. He is the son of a US Army officer, and graduated West Point in 1976 (Cullum number 34413). He joined the FBI in 1984. He is a Catholic, and has six children. In 1998 his address was PO box 41130, Fredericksburg, Virginia, 22404.
Thomas Jenkins was the Special Agent in Charge of Birmingham, Alabama when one of his agents' informants took part in a vicious KKK attack on Civil Rights activists in that city. See both Gary Thomas Rowe and Tom Cook. Jenkins later became an Assistant to the Director.
Thomas C Kelley was the Special Agent in Charge of the Dallas FBI office in 1984. Described by author Ronald Kessler as a "self proclaimed Hooverite, a man who unabashedly admired the former director's values and method of operating," he was furious when he realized that S/A Daniel Flanagan had let 'Frank Varelli' keep FBI internal paperwork at home, and he blamed S/A Parks Stearns for not stopping the practice.
Roger Love was a sniper/observer with the FBI's Hostage Rescue Team at Ruby Ridge on August 22, 1992. He was a member of the team known as 'Sierra 1'.
Roger Martz was the Chief of the Chesmistry / Toxicology Unit at the FBI when Dr Frederick Whitehurst's allegations hit the FBI Lab like a tidal wave.
Stephen P McGavin was the Deputy Commander of the FBI's Hostage Rescue Team at Ruby Ridge on August 22, 1992. His birthday is October 4, 1950. He lived in the suburbs of Washington, D.C.
Timothy McKinley reported that he heard a report of the explosion on the radio and responded to the scene to help collect debris. He was told by S/A George that the victims were terrorist suspects. (Bari / Cherney Case)
Edward S. Miller was the former Deputy Associate Director who was convicted of ordering 'black bag jobs' (burglaries) against the families of Weatherman Underground members in the early 1970's. See W. Mark Felt.
Roy Martin Mitchell was the FBI Special Agent who recruited and 'ran' a Black Panther Party infiltrator named William O'Neal. His attorneys claim he is the agent depicted in the motion picture Mississippi Burning. Another website also repeats this claim, and mentions that he is now dead (as of late 2000). He retired from the Bureau in 1985.
Dale R Monroe was a sniper/observer with the FBI's Hostage Rescue Team at Ruby Ridge on August 22, 1992. He was a member of the team known as 'Sierra 4' with Lon T Horiuchi.
Roy K Moore was the Assistant Director placed in charge of the investigation of a break-in at the Media, Pennsylvania office of the FBI in March of 1971. The case was called MEDBURG. No arrests were ever made. This break-in was the case which exposed COINTELPRO to the mainstream media.
Paul Mark Moskal is a Special Agent in the Buffalo, New York office who said in a documentary about the FBI that "We take people’s freedoms away. We put your son, we put your daughter in jail. We take away your freedom. We take away your house. We take away your assets. We compile files of your information-FBI dossiers- on you. If that doesn’t give you pause for thought, nothing in this life will." He was born on June 6, 1954, and has lived in Buffalo, NY and Amherst. NY.
Robert S Mueller is the Director of the FBI currently and has been leading the restructuring of the Bureau since the Attacks of September 11, 2001.
Arthur L Murtagh was an FBI dissident agent who testified in court that he witnessd another FBI agent in the Atlanta Field Office "jump for joy," while stating something to the effect of "We finally got the s.o.b." upon recieving notice that Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr had been shot to death in Memphis, Tenessee.
John P O'Neill was the FBI agent responsible for investigation of Usama bin Laden's attacks on the Khobar Towers in Saudi Arabia in 1996, the US Embassies in Africa in 1998, and the USS Cole in Yemen in 2000. He was also a victim of the World Trade Center attack on September 11, 2001. He left the FBI only two weeks prior to the attack, taking a job as head of security for the World Trade Center, while citing Bush Administration policies which stymied his investigations into Al Qaeda, bin Laden's organization of Pan-Islamist militants, for his decision.
William O'Neal was an FBI infiltrator in the Black Panther Party in Chicago. His floorplan diagram of Fred Hampton's apartment led Chicago Police to their deadly raid. O'Neal died in 1990 when he ran onto a busy expressway in Chicago. The death was ruled a suicide. He had been 'run' by FBI S/A Roy Martin Mitchell.
Gary L Penrith Was the FBI Assistant Special Agent in Charge of the Dallas field office. He was responsible for deciding to go ahead with the original CISPES probe in 1981. He later claimed it lasted for just a few months, though it was later renewed in a much more widespread (and ultimately embarrassing) manner. He was later reprimanded by Director Sessions for his role in the case. He was the S/A in Charge of Newark, NJ in 1992, at age fifty. His address and phone might be 38869 N Oakcrest Lane, Wadsworth IL 60083 847-782-8506.
Steven L Pomerantz was an FBI agent in charge of the FBI Counter-terrorism Section from 1986 until 1988. He defended (in 1996) the decision of the FBI to investigate the US group called the General Union of Palestinian Students. GUPS was investigated for several years before the FBI shut down its probe in 1989 under political fire related to CISPES. No one from GUPS was ever found to be promoting terrorism. Pomeranz runs a security consulting firm in Suburban Washington D.C. and serves as advisor to the American Jewish Committee on Security and Terrorism. His wife's name is Karen Tandy Pomerantz and their address is 5010 Glen Park Road, Annandale Virginia 22003.
Greg R Rampton was the first FBI S/A who responded to the incident at Ruby Ridge. He was from the Boise, Idaho office. He was born on October 18, 1946. He has since been reassigned to the Austin, Texas office of the FBI. He was mentioned by Karl Rove in a 2000 story published by Salon.com: "Rove acknowledged that he had 'met with agent Greg Rampton of the Austin FBI office at his request regarding a probe of political corruption in the office of Texas Agriculture Commissioner Jim Hightower.' " He supposedly retired after becoming the Assistant Special Agent in Charge of the Denver, Colorado office of the FBI.
John J Reikes was a Supervisory S/A in charge of Squad 13, an FBI anti-terrorist group, when they investigated the Bari / Cherney case in March 1990. He told Oakland PD officers that the victims of the bomb blast were terrorist suspects. He was born on January 15, 1943.
Oliver B "Buck" Revell A self-styled anti-terrorist expert, Revell was the Executive Assistant Director of FBI in the mid 1980's, and Ronald Davenport's boss. It was an airtel signed by Revell that opened the second phase of the CISPES investigation, turning it into a full-blown counter-terrorism effort involving all 59 field offices of the FBI. He was later allowed to go back to being Special Agent in Charge, Dallas Texas. He has since retired (1994). He appears often in newspapers, magazines, and on television. He was born on Dec 14, 1938 and lives in Plano, Texas. He is a blowhard of epic proportions and is exceeded in his self-promotion only by John Edgar Hoover himself.
Eugene Roberts, one of Malcolm X's bodyguards, was later exposed as an informant for the FBI's COINTELPRO co-conspirator agency in New York City, BOSSI (Bureau of Special Services). Roberts testified that he had also infiltrated the Black Panthers and had helped to found their New York chapter. He was a prosecution witness in the trial of the Panther 21.
Richard M. Rogers was the on-scene Commander of the Hostage Rescue Team in August 1992 during the seige of Randy Weaver's cabin in rural Idaho, and in February, March and April 1993 at the Mount Carmel Center near Waco, Texas. Both engagements resulted in deaths among the opponents of the FBI. Randy Weaver's wife Vicki Weaver was killed by FBI Sniper Lon Tomohisa Horiuchi. The conflagration near Waco is even more notorious, and killed at least 80 people. Another Department of Justice employee also named Richard M Rogers was, in August of 2001, the Deputy Chief Investigative Counsel, Commission for the Review of FBI Security Programs at the Department of Justice. He had been with the Office of Professional Responsibility in 1996, so I think they are two separate individuals. I might be wrong.
Gary Thomas Rowe was a member of the Eastview 13 Klavern of the KKK in Birmingham, Alabama, and an informant for the FBI. Rowe and about 60 KKK members beat news reporters, activists, and bystanders with lead-weighted baseball bats while Police Chief Eugene "Bull" Connor stood by. See SAC Thomas Jenkins.
Donald J Sachtelben was the agent of record in the search of Theodore Kaczynski's Montana cabin in April of 1996. In 1990, he was a member of Squad 13 and had helped teach improvised explosives for at least ten years. He joined the Bureau around 1984. (Bari / Cherney case)
Emad A Salem was the primary FBI informant in the World Trade Center bombing case. He had joined the circle which was convicted of building the bomb more than a year prior to the bombing, sometime in November 1991. He had warned his FBI handlers as early as May 6, 1992 that the group was planning a campaign of terrorist incidents. Some say he knew this because the planned blasts were his suggestions. A former Egyptian Intelligence Officer, Salem came to the United States in 1987. He worked his way into the New York City muslim community and eventually became chief of security for Sheik Omar Abdel-Rahman. His birthday is probably February 22, 1950.
Dan Scott an FBI agent who 'ran' an FBI informer, Michael Fitzpatrick against Malcolm X's daughter in the 1990's.
Philip A Sena was the original case agent in the bomb investigation of Bari and Cherney. He was shortly re-assigned to investigate the cutting of some power pylons in Santa Cruz, allegedly suspected by the FBI to be related to Earth First! activities. He told Oakland PD officers that he had gotten a tip that Earth First! "heavy hitters" were on their way to Santa Cruz to do something big in May. He was born on October 9, 1957.
Alan G "Al" Sentinella was the Special Agent who 'ran' Southern Christian Leadership Conference bookeeper James Harrison to be an informant for the Bureau against Dr Martin Luther King, Jr. He was one of the founding members of the Georgia Association of Campus Law Enforcement Adminstrators. He was born on September 30, 1919. He lives in Roswell, Georgia.
Howard M Shapiro was Louis Freeh's Chief Counsel, the lead attorney for the FBI, from August 30, 1993 until he left the FBI in 1997. He is a member of the legal firm Wilmer, Cutler & Pickering 2445 M Street, N.W. Washington, District of Columbia 20037-1420 202-663-6000 Fax: 202-663-6363. He was born on May 8, 1960.
Lloyd Sigler was an inteligence officer with the FBI's Hostage Rescue Team at Ruby Ridge on August 22, 1992. He was a member of the command and control element there. He was born on March 14, 1951.
Parks H Stearns was an Assistant Special Agent in Charge of the Dallas Field Office, and the man responsible for keeping Flanagan in check. (CISPES investigation) He was born on August 21, 1944.
William Cornelius Sullivan was the Assistant Director of the FBI from 1970 until an argument with John Edgar Hoover in which the former told the latter: "I'm not a Judas, Mr Hoover. And you certainly aren't Jesus Christ." Sullivan blew the whistle on the old man, but Hoover kept ruling his roost 'till his death in early 1972. Sullivan had long been in charge of the domestic spy apparatus called COINTELPRO. Sullivan wrote a book entitled: THE BUREAU, My Thirty Years with the FBI (published posthumously in 1979) He was killed in a hunting accident on Nov 9, 1977 by Robert W Daniels, Jr. while he was walking in the woods early in the morning. Dark rumors of conspiracy circulated at the time, since Sullivan was a star witness in a court case against an FBI agent, John J Kearney, for abuses related to COINTELPRO. They are not likely true, in my opinion.
M. Wesley Swearingen was an FBI dissident agent who retired and wrote an expose of Bureau theft and obstruction of justice. He is also mentioned in relation to his knowledge of the Black Panther Party COINTELPRO. He is also listed as a source on the New Left COINTELPRO and also in relation to his knowledge of the Socialist Worker's Party COINTELPRO. His book is titled FBI Secrets, an Agent's Expose and was published in 1995 by South End Press. I recommend it. The paperback edition ISBN is 0-89608-501-5 and the Hardcover ISBN is 0-89608-502-3 .
Paul Szczepaniak was the case agent, with Robin Andrews, for Earth First! infiltrator Michael A Fain in the 1988-89 investigation known as THERMCON.
Mark Tilton was a sniper/observer with the FBI's Hostage Rescue Team at Ruby Ridge on August 22, 1992. He was a member of the team known as 'Sierra 1'.
Dan Vogel was a Special Agent of the FBI who consented to be interviewed by the television magazine '60 Minutes' in May of 2001. He said in that interview that "There (is) a cultural problem in the FBI that needs to be addressed. If it isn't, it's going to destroy itself."
Patrick J Webb became the second Squad 13 leader in late 1990 after Reikes. He collected evidence at the scene of the blast that almost killed Earth First! activist Judi Bari..
William Hedgcock Webster was appointed to be FBI director by Jimmy Carter. He began serving as Director on February 23, 1978, at a time when Attorney General Griffin B Bell was considering indicting FBI officials for spying illegally on American citizens. Webster was intended to restore trust in the FBI as an objective enforcer of the law, but the covert burglaries and harrassment against CISPES and the Library Awareness Program were undertaken on his watch as FBI Director. He was Director of the FBI from 1978 until 1987, at which time he was appointed Director of the CIA, a position he held until 1991. Judge Webster also served as Special Advisor to the Los Angeles Police Commission, which was formed following the civil unrest relating to the Rodney King incident. He is currently a senior partner at the law firm of Milbank Tweed Hadley & McCloy. His email there is email@example.com
Edward C Wenger, Jr was a sniper/observer with the FBI's Hostage Rescue Team at Ruby Ridge on August 22, 1992. He was a member of the team known as 'Sierra 2'.
Ronald A Williams, aged 27, was an FBI Special Agent killed on June 26, 1975 on the Pine Ridge Reservation, possibly while trying to provoke a firefight between a small (16 - 30 man) AIM unit and a much larger force (300+) of Bureau of Indian Affairs / FBI / U.S. Marshals. He and Coler were supposedly looking for an indian named James Theodore Eagle. Williams was a bachelor. He was killed with his partner, Special Agent Jack R Coler.
Christopher Whitcomb, a member of the FBI's Hostage Rescue Team (HRT), wrote a book in 2001 called Cold Zero. It is about his experiences as a sniper for the FBI at Ruby Ridge, Waco, and afterward. Although he left the HRT in March 1997, he is still an active Special Agent with the Critical Incident Response Group as their 'strategic information management' officer. In other words, he tailors propaganda for the FBI's public relations efforts during crisis events. He was a member of the team known as 'Sierra 1'.
Frederick Whitehurst, a dissident FBI Lab employee, Supervisory Special Agent (and Chemistry PhD), accused several of his fellow employees and the supervisors of some lab units of manufacturing evidence, witholding exculpatory evidence, and manipulating testimony and scientific tests to support the prosecution regardless of the objective facts. Some of these allegations were examined during a probe into FBI Laboratory practices by the Justice Department's Office of the Inspector General in 1995 and 1996. They had earlier been the subject of at least two internal reviews by the FBI. In the end, the FBI settled his wrongful dismissal case for $1.2 million plus an undisclosed amount in damages.
Frank Varelli Born Franklin Agustin Martinez Varela, 'Frank Varelli' was the person who exposed the FBI's domestic spy network against CISPES. He had been an undercover agent in its ranks. He was recruited by the FBI when he and his family arrived in Los Angeles in 1980, according to FBI documents released later. Frank Varelli's efforts to expose the operation earned him considerable trouble at the hands of his former employers, but he won his claims against the FBI in court. He was the FBI's link to the El Salvador National Guard.
See also the HALL OF SHAME page at http://www.zpub.com/notes/fbi-shame.html
RAW ALPHABETICAL LIST FROM OPEN SOURCES