The FBI is unhappy with how the current financial scandals on Wall Street have crippled some counter-terrorism investigations. The need to investigate the many cases of fiscal malfeasance (especially the alleged Bernard Madoff Ponzi scheme) related to the current problems in the American financial industry, has shifted many FIB investigators away from counter-terrorism work. The FBI won’t say how many agents have been diverted from terrorism work, but this appears similar to what happened in the 1990s.
The Strategy Page
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