Category: FBI

The FBI has an entire fake town for training agents. “Hogan’s Alley” has a bank, post office, hotel, laundromat, barber shop, pool hall, shops, and homes. The town is populated by actors who role play parts like bystanders, terrorists, bank robbers, and drug dealers.

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In 1993, the owner of a zoo in Mexico was arrested when he illegally purchased an FBI agent in a gorilla suit, thinking it was an actual gorilla.

Ernest Hemingway had often complained the FBI was tracking him, but was dismissed by friends and family as paranoid. Years after his death released FBI files showed he had been on heavy surveillance, with the FBI following him and bugging his phones for nearly the final 20 years of his life.

Juggalos are on the FBI’s official “top threat gangs” list, since 2011.

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After closely investigating Michael Jackson for more than a decade, the FBI found nothing to suggest that Jackson was guilty of child abuse.

Photo : Georges Biard / wikimedia 

A notorious 60 to 70-year-old robber called “Geezer Bandit” has robbed at least sixteen banks in Southern California since 2009. Some members of law enforcement believe that he is using a mask to disguise himself as an old man, white male but actually may not be an elderly man. He is still not caught and is wanted by the FBI.

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Thorn, Co-founded by Ashton Kutcher, is a company to catch pedophiles and stop sex trafficking. Thorn is outsourced by the FBI.

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Charlie Chaplin openly pleaded against fascism, war, capitalism, and WMDs in his movies. He was slandered by the FBI & banned from the USA in ‘52. Offered an Honorary Academy award in ’72, he hesitantly returned & received a 12-minute standing ovation; the longest in the Academy’s history.

Charlie Chaplin openly pleaded against fascism, war, capitalism, and WMDs in his movies. He was slandered by the FBI & banned from the USA in ‘52. Offered an Honorary Academy award in ’72, he hesitantly returned & received a 12-minute standing ovation; the longest in the Academy’s history.

Facebook’s facial recognition system was found to outperform similar systems used by the FBI. Where Facebook has a 98% accuracy rating in identifying faces, the FBI had a success rate of 85%.