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Jerri Williams
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Retired FBI Agent, Author, and Podcaster
Retired FBI Agent, Author, and Podcaster

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“The U.S. Attorney’s Office received an anonymous note that said, ‘The jury foreman got a big bag of cash and, everyone knows it’”

In this episode of FBI Retired Case File Review, retired agent Michael J. Anderson reviews a case where the jury foreman was convicted of accepting a $500,000 bribe to acquit two Miami drug kingpins during their cocaine smuggling trial. #FBI #TrueCrime #History #Podcast
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“Whenever you get an email that looks like it’s legitimate, and someone is requesting information, delete it and make a call. Because you know who you’re calling. You know the number for your bank.”

In this episode of FBI Retired Case File Review, former agent Kevin Barrows reviews a major identity fraud case involving a group of individuals who stole more than 30,000 identities through the unauthorized computer-based accessing of information from personal credit reports. #FBI #TrueCrime History #Podcast #Fraud
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“I interviewed Jeffrey Dahmer four times. Who better to learn from than the killer himself, to get inside the criminal mind.”

On this episode of FBI Retired Case File Review, retired agent Dan Craft reviews his investigation of Jeffrey Dahmer who he interviewed on four separate occasions, each time developing a comprehensive behavioral profile of the serial killer. Dan Craft also provides tips on interrogating violent criminals. #FBI #TrueCrime #History #Podcast #Interviewing
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“We told him, don’t tell your father. But he showed Bruce Sr. the subpoena, and that night Jimmy Johnston and the other boys disappeared.”

In this episode of FBI Retired Case File Review, retired agent Dave Richter reviews his investigation of the Johnston Gang, a violent family-based robbery and burglary ring responsible for millions of dollars of thefts and convicted of the murders of six witnesses. #FBI #TrueCrime #History #Podcast
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“Informants are people who have done things different than us, not necessarily approved by us. But if we want to get things done, we have to operate in their world, and we can’t do that without them. They’re invaluable.”

In this episode of FBI Retired Case File Review, retired agent Dave Nadolski reviews the Loomis Fargo Vault Sting which introduced an FBI informant into a violent and heavily armed Boston crime gang conspiring to forcefully take over an armored car company’s money vault containing one hundred million dollars. #FBI #TrueCrime #Podcast
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“While the Enron culture encouraged intelligence, creativity, and risk taking, it also tolerated in-fighting, backstabbing, manipulation, vanity, and greed.”

Retired agent Michael E. Anderson reviews the Enron Investigation, the largest and most complex White Collar Crime and corporate fraud case in FBI history. #FBI #TrueCrime #History #Podcast
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"The tow truck driver shouted back to the men, 'These cars belong to the FBI and we're not dropping them.' That's when the shooting started."

On this episode of FBI Retired Case File Review, retired agent Steve Heaney reviews a case where two tow-truck operators hauling confiscated cars for the FBI as part of a drug investigation were ambushed at a busy Center City Philadelphia intersection by gunmen attempting to steal the cars back. It's a fascinating look at tried and true law enforcement techniques, tools, and procedures. #FBI #TrueCrime #Podcast
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“How can you tell one victim family that a different victim meant more to you? All of these cases were important to me. However, I did not consciously put the work before my own family.”

In this episode of FBI Retired Case File Review, retired agent Jeff Rinek reviews how he obtained a confession from serial killer Cary Stayner, responsible for the brutal slayings of two women and two teenage girls, known as the Yosemite Park Murders. He also discusses the mental toll working child predator and murder cases had on him, and how his family helped him cope with case related PTSD and attempted suicide. We also hear from his wife Lori. #FBI #TrueCrime #Podcast #PTSD #suicide
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“He wanted to view kiddie porn (child sexual abuse images) in exchange for his confession. But if we agreed, we would be committing a crime to solve a crime.”

In this episode of FBI Retired Case File Review, retired agent Jeff Rinek reviews how he obtained a confession from serial killer Cary Stayner, responsible for the brutal slayings of two women and two teenage girls, known as the Yosemite Park Murders. He also discusses the mental toll working child predator and murder cases had on him, and how his family helped him cope with case related PTSD, his attempted suicides, and his new book - In the Name of the Children. #FBI #TrueCrime #Podcast #PTSD
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"It's not as easy as it looks. A tracking dog runs based on the wind, not necessarily on the nice little path the subject ran down."

On this episode of FBI Retired Case File Review, retired agent Keith Tolhurst reviews the case of Grand Canyon prison escapee Danny Ray Horning, who led the FBI and law enforcement partners on the largest and longest fugitive manhunt in Arizona. The manhunt lasted 54 days and specially trained tracking dogs were used. #FBI #Truecrime #Crimefiction #Podcast
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