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Ted Kennedy

Why Did Senator Ted Kennedy Live in Constant Fear?

Edward Moore Kennedy was an American lawyer and politician who served as the United States Senator from Massachusetts from 1962 until he died in 2009. He was the second most senior member of the Senate when he died, and he was a member of the Democratic Party and the prominent political Kennedy family. But did …

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Dr. Frederic Whitehurst

How Did Dr. Whitehurst Expose the FBI Lab Scandal?

A whistleblower is a person who reveals illegal, immoral, or fraudulent activities within a private or public organization. They are usually people who discover these sketchy activities and report them to higher authorities. But what happens when one finds fraudulent activity within one of the branches of administration in the United States government? Dr. Whitehurst …

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Why Do Mormons Make Great FBI and CIA Recruits?

Mormonism, a religious group, not well known to many Americans, was highly regarded as a sign-up to well-known investigative US agencies like the FBI and CIA. With the delicate and sensitive mission, why were they specifically selected for the job? Agencies like the Department of Homeland Security, the FBI, and the CIA specifically prefers hiring …

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Did the FBI Confiscate A Princeton Student’s Term Paper?

Who would have thought that an underachieving student from Princeton would have his term paper confiscated by the FBI? That’s the story of John Aristotle Philips. Let’s find out what happened. John Aristotle Philips wrote a term paper on nuclear proliferation. The report he made also included designs for an atomic bomb which was quite …

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The F.B.I. and C.I.A. recruit heavily from the Mormon population because they are usually cheaper to do a security clearance on, they often speak another language from their mission trips and they usually have a low risk lifestyle.

Why Mormons Make Great FBI Recruits A few years back, when the Pew Research Center surveyed Mormons in America about their place in society, more than 60 percent of the participants said that Americans “are uninformed about Mormonism.” Mormons make up about 2 percent of the American population—about the same as Jews—but they’re not sure …

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Martin Luther King Jr. considered running for president in 1968 after being urged to by anti-Vietnam Democrats, but ultimately decided against the proposal as he felt uneasy with politics and considered himself better suited for his morally unambiguous role as an activist.

Martin Luther King Jr. For the monk who started the Reformation, see Martin Luther. “Martin Luther King” and “MLK” redirect here. For other uses, see Martin Luther King (disambiguation) and MLK (disambiguation). Martin Luther King Jr. (born Michael King Jr.; January 15, 1929 – April 4, 1968) was an American Christian minister and activist who …

Martin Luther King Jr. considered running for president in 1968 after being urged to by anti-Vietnam Democrats, but ultimately decided against the proposal as he felt uneasy with politics and considered himself better suited for his morally unambiguous role as an activist. Read More »

FBI ABSCAM

In 1980 the FBI formed a fake company and attempted to bribe members of congress. Nearly 25% of those tested accepted the bribe, and were convicted

Abscam Not to be confused with Adscam. Abscam (sometimes written ABSCAM) was an FBI sting operation in the late 1970s and early 1980s that led to the convictions of seven members of the United States Congress, among others. The two-year investigation initially targeted trafficking in stolen property and corruption of prominent businessmen, but later evolved …

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