When it comes to law enforcement in the U.S., there’s no higher authority than the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI). After its founding as a small group of investigators in 1908, the agency got its official name in 1935 and has grown to employing over 35,000 people today. But while it’s common knowledge the bureau keeps an eye on everything from terrorism and counterespionage to white-collar crime and cybercrime on a national level, there’s still plenty the public doesn’t know about the top law enforcement agency’s inner workings and history. Read on for some of the secrets the FBI has managed to keep under wraps.
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