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New Most Wanted Terrorist

New Most Wanted Terrorist Liban Haji Mohamed, a naturalized U.S. citizen born in Somalia, has been named to the FBI’s list of Most Wanted Terrorists, and a reward of up to $50,000 is being offered for information leading to his arrest and conviction. Mohamed is charged with providing material support and resources to al Qaeda and al Shabaab, a Somali-based terrorist organization. The FBI also announced today it is seeking information about another individual, Ghazi

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Human Trafficking Ring Dismantled

Human Trafficking Ring Dismantled For years, five brothers who ran a human trafficking organization victimized dozens of unwitting Ukrainians, underscoring the reality that modern-day slavery exists in the United States and around the world—and requires a strong response by governments and law enforcement. In recognition of that fact, and to speak out for the victims, January has been declared National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month by the U.S. government. Human trafficking can take many

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Preliminary Crime Stats for January-June 2014 Show Decreases

Preliminary Crime Stats for January-June 2014 Show Decreases Figures released today in the FBI’s Preliminary Semiannual Uniform Crime Report reveal overall declines in the number of violent crimes and property crimes reported to law enforcement during the first six months of 2014 when compared to figures from the first six months of 2013. Violent crimes reported for January through June of 2014 were down 4.6 percent from the same time period in 2013. All of

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The Case of the Stolen Stradivarius

The Case of the Stolen Stradivarius The Lipinsky Stradivarius, shown here shortly after recovery, is 300 years old and valued at more than $5 million. When a 300-year-old Stradivarius violin valued at more than $5 million was stolen from Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra concertmaster Frank Almond last year, investigators initially believed the theft may have been the work of sophisticated art thieves. The truth turned out to be much less glamorous. Still, the tale of the

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Director Comey Discusses Latest Law Enforcement Issues with Nation’s Sheriffs

Director Comey Discusses Latest Law Enforcement Issues with Nation’s Sheriffs Today, in a speech at the National Sheriffs’ Association Winter Conference in Washington, D.C., Director Comey discussed the Bureau’s current priorities as well as collective issues facing the law enforcement community as a whole. He specifically highlighted our number one priority—counterterrorism—and talked about how the proliferation of al Qaeda offshoot groups and the use of the Internet to spread terrorist propaganda and recruit new members

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Ransomware on the Rise

Ransomware on the Rise Your computer screen freezes with a pop-up message—supposedly from the FBI or another federal agency—saying that because you violated some sort of federal law your computer will remain locked until you pay a fine. Or you get a pop-up message telling you that your personal files have been encrypted and you have to pay to get the key needed decrypt them. These scenarios are examples of ransomware scams, which involve a

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British Prime Minister Cameron and Director Comey Talk Cyber

British Prime Minister Cameron and Director Comey Talk Cyber FBI Director Comey (left) and Prime Minister Cameron met at the NCIJTF in Virginia on January 16, 2015. Earlier today, British Prime Minister David Cameron met with Director James Comey at the FBI-administered National Cyber Investigative Joint Task Force facility in Virginia, where they discussed critical cyber issues facing both the United Kingdom and the United States. While at the facility, Prime Minister Cameron also received

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Extreme Case of Witness Intimidation

Extreme Case of Witness Intimidation This Philadelphia row house was firebombed by individuals who worked for Philadelphia drug trafficker Kaboni Savage. Four children and two adults, family members of a federal witness, died in the fire. The adjacent row homes were also damaged. As far as witness intimidation goes, Philadelphia drug trafficker Kaboni Savage and members of his criminal enterprise appeared to corner the market on how far they’d go to silence anyone willing to

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