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One Man's Opinion

I say “my” FBI as for 28 years of my 30 years in law enforcement it was my home. Nothing made me prouder than being a Special Agent in the FBI.

When I retired in 1997, I wrote a book about those years, “Not In My Wildest Dreams”, sharing with you the magnetism and pride of those years. Not many professions could leave someone with such deep pride.

When I was hired in 1969, J. Edgar Hoover was still the Director. Yes, he ruled with an iron fist, but even after his passing in 1972 and throughout my 28 years, the FBI remained, arguably, the greatest law enforcement agency in our country.

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