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The Fraudster Who Faked His Own Death: Inside the Aubrey Lee Price Case

The Fraudster Who Faked His Own Death: Inside the Aubrey Lee Price Case When he was arrested on New Year’s Eve day in 2013, Aubrey Lee Price had been on the run for nearly 18 months. To manage his life as a fugitive, Price created fake ID cards for himself like the ones shown here. When a federal judge recently sentenced Aubrey Lee Price to 30 years in prison for bank fraud, embezzlement, and other

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Human Rights Day 2014

Human Rights Day 2014 Today is Human Rights Day—an observance first proclaimed by the United Nations General Assembly in 1950 to recognize the fundamental rights of every individual—so we thought this would be an appropriate time to highlight our work as the lead agency for enforcing federal civil rights laws in the U.S. The FBI opens hundreds of civil rights cases each year, and it’s a responsibility that we take very seriously. During fiscal year

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Latest Hate Crime Statistics Report Released

Latest Hate Crime Statistics Report Released Today, the FBI released its annual Hate Crime Statistics report, which revealed that 5,928 hate crime incidents involving 6,933 offenses were reported by our law enforcement partners to the Bureau’s Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) Program in 2013. These hate crime incidents impacted a total of 7,242 victims—which are defined as individuals, businesses, institutions, or society as a whole. The number of reported hate crimes last year is down slightly

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New Top Ten Fugitive: Help Us Find a Murderer

New Top Ten Fugitive: Help Us Find a MurdererYaser Abdel Said, wanted for the murder of his two teenage daughters in Texas, has been named to the Ten Most Wanted Fugitives list. A reward of up to $100,000 is being offered for information leading directly to the arrest of Said, who was born in Egypt and may be hiding there or in U.S. communities with Egyptian ties. On January 1, 2008, Said persuaded his

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FBI Worst-Case Exercise Tests Response to Chemical Attack

FBI Worst-Case Exercise Tests Response to Chemical Attack Chemical storage tanks provided a visual aid during an FBI-led exercise in Houston designed to test emergency responders in the event of a chemical attack. When the facility manager for a hazardous waste disposal company near Houston took his seat at the table with law enforcement officials and emergency first responders, he knew it was going to be a very bad day. In the coming hours, his

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Annual ‘Officers Killed’ Report More Than a Tally of Losses

Annual ‘Officers Killed’ Report More Than a Tally of LossesThe FBI’s annual Law Enforcement Officers Killed and Assaulted (LEOKA) report that was released earlier this week details in chilling narratives and statistics how 76 law enforcement officers were killed in the line of duty in 2013. While the LEOKA report offers a stark reminder of the dangers police face every day, the main reason for gathering the comprehensive data about line-of-duty fatalities, assaults, and

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In the Line of Duty: 2013 LEOKA Report Released

In the Line of Duty: 2013 LEOKA Report ReleasedA Florida sheriff’s officer, responding to a report of a domestic disturbance at a residence, was shot and killed by someone inside the home. An Iowa police officer was shot and killed while attempting to serve an arrest warrant. A Michigan state trooper was fatally shot during a routine traffic stop. And a West Virginia sheriff was ambushed and fatally shot in the head while he

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Honoring the Fallen

Honoring the Fallen (From left) Special Agent Michael J. Miller, MPD Sgt. Joseph “Hank” Daly, and Special Agent Martha Dixon-Martinez were killed during a fatal attack 20 years ago. Two decades ago, on November 22, 1994, a lone gunman entered the headquarters building of the Metropolitan Police Department in Washington, D.C. and opened fire in a squad room, killing a police sergeant and two FBI agents. For those close to the fallen, who gathered today

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