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The Science of Fingerprints (Classification and Uses) By J. Edgar Hoover
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From the INTRODUCTION: "[This] the study of fingerprints has been prepared by the Federal Bureau of Investigation for the use of interested law enforcement officers and agencies, particularly... More > those which may be contemplating the inauguration of fingerprint identification files. It is based on many years' experience in fingerprint identification work out of which has developed the largest collection of classified fingerprints in the world. Inasmuch as this publication may serve as a general reference on classification and other phases of fingerprint identification work, the systems utilized in the Identification Division of the Federal Bureau of Investigation are set forth fully. The problem of pattern interpretation, in particular, is discussed in detail." -J. EDGAR HOOVER, Director.< Less
Curious Facts About John Dillinger & J. Edgar Hoover By Kekionga Press
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John Dillinger is the most misrepresented of all the notorious outlaws in American history. What the state of Indiana did to this quiet and well-mannered young man, who took piano lessons and always... More > tipped his hat to the Sunday school teacher, was a crime against developmental childhood...John Dillinger was MORE RESPECTFUL of his father than America's most idolized President, Abe Lincoln**The FBI was trying to kill John Dillinger BEFORE bank robbery became a federal crime**Indiana Governor Paul McNutt called Dillinger's prison sentence an "obvious injustice."**The real life James Bond, on a mission from British Intelligence, warned J. Edgar Hoover MONTHS in advance that the Japanese were planning to bomb Pearl Harbor in late 1941**FBI Director mandates that agents run 100 miles a DAY**FBI crime laboratory STOLEN from Colonel Goddard in Chicago...Patrolmen's Benevolent Association (Indiana): "Your Dillinger chapter is wild! You did a good job."***182 Source Notes / Indexed / 13 point text for easy reading.< Less
Curious Facts About John Dillinger & J. Edgar Hoover By Kekionga Press
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John Dillinger is the most misrepresented of all the notorious outlaws in American history. What the state of Indiana did to this quiet and well-mannered young man, who took piano lessons and always... More > tipped his hat to the Sunday school teacher, was a crime against developmental childhood...John Dillinger was MORE RESPECTFUL of his father than America's most idolized President, Abe Lincoln**The FBI was trying to kill John Dillinger BEFORE bank robbery became a federal crime**Indiana Governor Paul McNutt called Dillinger's prison sentence an "obvious injustice."**The real life James Bond, on a mission from British Intelligence, warned J. Edgar Hoover MONTHS in advance that the Japanese were planning to bomb Pearl Harbor in late 1941**FBI Director mandates that agents run 100 miles a DAY**FBI crime laboratory STOLEN from Colonel Goddard in Chicago...Patrolmen's Benevolent Association (Indiana): "Your Dillinger chapter is wild! You did a good job."***182 Source Notes / Indexed / 13 point text for easy reading.< Less
The Meritorious American Negro: How Certain African Americans helped the FBI Perfect American Oppression By Dana C. Ayres
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This is a book that exposes the practice of racial betrayal among African Americans and how J. Edgar Hoover used that slavery-imposed mindset on certain individuals within the Black community to... More > undercut and stagnate Black struggle and progress in the Twentieth century.< Less
The Meritorious American Negro By Dana Ayres
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This is a book that exposes the practice of racial betrayal among African Americans and how J. Edgar Hoover used that slavery-imposed mindset on certain individuals within the Black community to... More > undercut and stagnate Black struggle and progress in the Twentieth century.< Less
The Whole 'Bay of Pigs' Thing By Michael Yates
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tracing the connections between the Bay of Pigs and Watergate
The Light In The Garden By Larry M. Rosen
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Haley, suicidal after Willi’s death, joins a CIA mission, then finds her alive in the hands of slavers. As both face death, his alter ego returns to kill her captors. Then past events intrude.... More > Valen, a Gnostic, forges a letter in Jesus’ name, then Cesare Borgia adapts it. Centuries later, the letter involves John McCone, J. Edgar Hoover, four U.S. Presidents, Judy Garland, and Haley’s CIA mentor, George Durell. In 2000, Pope John Paul II receives the letter, then asks the U.S. for help. But The Order Of The Gnostic Cross, Church Of Triantology, and Raven H2O have their own plans, as does female spy Jasus al-Mara, who enlists the aid of al-Qaeda terrorist Karbala. Meanwhile, the shadowy Cluster pulls everyone’s strings, the unknown Termagant plots to destroy TGC, and a monster carves TINPLUFORPLE on the torsos of little girls. When a letter from George Durell surfaces, Haley and Willi again face violent foes, but this time they have help—serial killers Maxine Kordell and Mena Harling.< Less
Postal Secrets: The Mail Opening Programs of the CIA and FBI By Church Committee
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The Church Committee inquired into the question of why the Federal Government opened the mail of American citizens for over two decades, a policy fundamentally at odds with freedom of expression and... More > contrary to the laws of the land. The committee first reviewed in public some details of the CIA mail openings while considering the Huston Plan (see: White House Horrors). One provision of that plan was a recommendation to institute a mail opening program, although, ironically, intelligence officers were already busily unsealing envelopes in various parts of the country and had been doing so for years. As a case study, mail opening provides the most revealing look at the inner life of the CIA and the FBI. In the instance of the CIA, the evidence suggests their mail program was allowed to continue despite the harshest criticism of it from investigators within the CIA Inspector General's Office, and despite the fact that it was not very productive in terms of intelligence information.< Less
Postal Secrets: The Mail Opening Programs of the CIA and FBI By Church Committee
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The Church Committee inquired into the question of why the Federal Government opened the mail of American citizens for over two decades, a policy fundamentally at odds with freedom of expression and... More > contrary to the laws of the land. The committee first reviewed in public some details of the CIA mail openings while considering the Huston Plan (see: White House Horrors). One provision of that plan was a recommendation to institute a mail opening program, although, ironically, intelligence officers were already busily unsealing envelopes in various parts of the country and had been doing so for years. As a case study, mail opening provides the most revealing look at the inner life of the CIA and the FBI. In the instance of the CIA, the evidence suggests their mail program was allowed to continue despite the harshest criticism of it from investigators within the CIA Inspector General's Office, and despite the fact that it was not very productive in terms of intelligence information.< Less
Serious Mistakes of Famous People By Kekionga Press
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Learn: how Hans Christian Andersen wore out his welcome with Charles Dickens; how Lewis Carroll's love for Alice in Wonderland went sour; how Walt Disney killed his mother; how Thomas Edison tried to... More > pollute the world; why Alexander Hamilton lost his duel with Aaron Burr; how J. Edgar Hoover let the mafia grow; how Abe Lincoln violated the Constitution; how General William T. Sherman targeted civilians; why Charles "Lucky" Luciano had to go; how Nikola Tesla was cheated by Thomas Edison / 163 source notes / Indexed / 13 point text for easy reading.< Less