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FBI Retired Case File Review

Jerri Williams

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FBI Retired Case File Review

FBI Retired Case File Review

Jerri Williams

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Jerri Williams is a retired FBI agent and author on a mission to show the public who the FBI is and what the FBI does by conducting interviews with retired FBI agents about their most intriguing and high-profiled cases, reviewing how the FBI is portrayed in books, TV, and movies, and recommending crime fiction and dramas. Photos and links to articles about the cases and violations discussed can be found in the show notes for each episode at jerriwilliams.com.

Latest Episodes

Kenneth Williams - Phoenix Memo, Phoenix Mountain Arsonist

Ken Williams reviews the events that led him to write what is now known as the “Phoenix Memo” and his work on the Phoenix Mountain Arsonist case. Ken authored the Phoenix Memo prior to the 9/11 terror attacks. The five-page communication issued a warning to the intelligence community that Al-Qaeda members were training in the civil aviation community in the United States. Following the September 11, 2001 attacks, his memo became public and received intensive attention from national news media.

109 MIN4 d ago
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Kenneth Williams - Phoenix Memo, Phoenix Mountain Arsonist

Q. John Tamm – Frank Sheeran, The Irishman

John Tamm reviews his racketeering investigation of teamster union official Frank Sheeran and the accuracy of the movie The Irishman, specifically addressing Sheeran’s claims that he killed Jimmy Hoffa and was a hitman for the mob. Tamm is a recognized expert on labor racketeering matters.

88 MIN2 w ago
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Q. John Tamm – Frank Sheeran, The Irishman

Bonus Episode: 3 Million Downloads, FBI Myths and Misconceptions

In this episode of FBI Retired Case File Review, retired agent, host and author Jerri Williams celebrates 3 million downloads with a two chapters sample from FBI Myths and Misconceptions: A Manual for Armchair Detectives.

43 MIN3 w ago
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Bonus Episode: 3 Million Downloads, FBI Myths and Misconceptions

John Pistole - Deputy Director, Mob Guys and Teamsters Union

Retired agent John Pistole served in the FBI for twenty-six years, climbing through the ranks to become Deputy Director (the second highest position in the Bureau). In this episode of FBI Retired Case File Review, Pistole reviews the time, early in his career, he worked in the New York FBI Office on an Organized Crime Task Force investigating illegal mob ties to the Teamsters Union.

62 MIN2019 DEC 25
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John Pistole - Deputy Director, Mob Guys and Teamsters Union

Michael Harrigan – Crime in Indian Country, FBI National Academy

Michael Harrigan reviews working in remote areas in the Albuquerque Division supervising criminal investigations involving homicide, sexual assault, kidnapping, missing persons and unidentified human remains on three Native American reservations. He also discusses his assignment as the Chief of the National Academy (NA) Program, the leading national law enforcement executive leadership institution, graduating over 1,800 senior law enforcement officers from every state and more than 40 countries.

73 MIN2019 DEC 11
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Michael Harrigan – Crime in Indian Country, FBI National Academy

Ron Hosko – The Boy in the Bunker, FBI Hostage Rescue

Ron Hosko reviews the abduction and hostage rescue case, known as the boy in the bunker where Jimmy Lee Dykes boarded a school bus, killed the driver, and took a five-year-old boy hostage. At the time of this incident, Ron was the Assistant Director of the FBI’s Criminal Investigative Division. He provides a detailed overview of all the units and programs involved in the coordination of the successful crisis response.

87 MIN2019 NOV 27
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Ron Hosko – The Boy in the Bunker, FBI Hostage Rescue

John Glover – Atlanta Child Murders, Wayne Williams

John Glover reviews the Atlanta Child Murders case. As Special Agent in Charge of the Atlanta Division, he oversaw the FBI investigation of the killings of black youths in Atlanta and led the joint state-federal task force, which resulted in the arrest and conviction of Wayne Williams.

88 MIN2019 NOV 13
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John Glover – Atlanta Child Murders, Wayne Williams

John Glover – FBI 100th Anniversary of African American Special Agents

Retired Executive Assistant Director John Glover, the highest-ranking African American in the FBI, reviews the history of African American special agents from 1919 through 2019, why diversity, especially in law enforcement, matters, and recounts stories from his extraordinary career in the FBI.

70 MIN2019 NOV 10
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John Glover – FBI 100th Anniversary of African American Special Agents

Joe Navarro – Rod Ramsay Espionage Case, Reading Body Language

Joe Narravo reviews the case of Rod Ramsay, an Army veteran suspected of committing espionage while stationed in Germany. Joe interviewed Ramsay forty-two times and recorded the evidence to prove that Ramsay handed the Soviets vital military secrets. Joe Navarro is recognized as one of the world’s foremost authorities on reading nonverbal communications. In this interview he reveals some of the myths about reading body language.

77 MIN2019 OCT 30
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Joe Navarro – Rod Ramsay Espionage Case, Reading Body Language

Eileen Roemer – FBI Cadaver Dogs, 9/11 Search and Recovery

Retired Agent Eileen Roemer reviews her time training her cadaver dogs, Riley and Bailey, both Golden Retrievers, and the search and recovery work they did to locate human remains at crime scenes, including the Pentagon where she responded with them for twelve days immediately following the 9/11 terrorist attacks.

64 MIN2019 OCT 16
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Eileen Roemer – FBI Cadaver Dogs, 9/11 Search and Recovery

Latest Episodes

Kenneth Williams - Phoenix Memo, Phoenix Mountain Arsonist

Ken Williams reviews the events that led him to write what is now known as the “Phoenix Memo” and his work on the Phoenix Mountain Arsonist case. Ken authored the Phoenix Memo prior to the 9/11 terror attacks. The five-page communication issued a warning to the intelligence community that Al-Qaeda members were training in the civil aviation community in the United States. Following the September 11, 2001 attacks, his memo became public and received intensive attention from national news media.

109 MIN4 d ago
Comments
Kenneth Williams - Phoenix Memo, Phoenix Mountain Arsonist

Q. John Tamm – Frank Sheeran, The Irishman

John Tamm reviews his racketeering investigation of teamster union official Frank Sheeran and the accuracy of the movie The Irishman, specifically addressing Sheeran’s claims that he killed Jimmy Hoffa and was a hitman for the mob. Tamm is a recognized expert on labor racketeering matters.

88 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Q. John Tamm – Frank Sheeran, The Irishman

Bonus Episode: 3 Million Downloads, FBI Myths and Misconceptions

In this episode of FBI Retired Case File Review, retired agent, host and author Jerri Williams celebrates 3 million downloads with a two chapters sample from FBI Myths and Misconceptions: A Manual for Armchair Detectives.

43 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Bonus Episode: 3 Million Downloads, FBI Myths and Misconceptions

John Pistole - Deputy Director, Mob Guys and Teamsters Union

Retired agent John Pistole served in the FBI for twenty-six years, climbing through the ranks to become Deputy Director (the second highest position in the Bureau). In this episode of FBI Retired Case File Review, Pistole reviews the time, early in his career, he worked in the New York FBI Office on an Organized Crime Task Force investigating illegal mob ties to the Teamsters Union.

62 MIN2019 DEC 25
Comments
John Pistole - Deputy Director, Mob Guys and Teamsters Union

Michael Harrigan – Crime in Indian Country, FBI National Academy

Michael Harrigan reviews working in remote areas in the Albuquerque Division supervising criminal investigations involving homicide, sexual assault, kidnapping, missing persons and unidentified human remains on three Native American reservations. He also discusses his assignment as the Chief of the National Academy (NA) Program, the leading national law enforcement executive leadership institution, graduating over 1,800 senior law enforcement officers from every state and more than 40 countries.

73 MIN2019 DEC 11
Comments
Michael Harrigan – Crime in Indian Country, FBI National Academy

Ron Hosko – The Boy in the Bunker, FBI Hostage Rescue

Ron Hosko reviews the abduction and hostage rescue case, known as the boy in the bunker where Jimmy Lee Dykes boarded a school bus, killed the driver, and took a five-year-old boy hostage. At the time of this incident, Ron was the Assistant Director of the FBI’s Criminal Investigative Division. He provides a detailed overview of all the units and programs involved in the coordination of the successful crisis response.

87 MIN2019 NOV 27
Comments
Ron Hosko – The Boy in the Bunker, FBI Hostage Rescue

John Glover – Atlanta Child Murders, Wayne Williams

John Glover reviews the Atlanta Child Murders case. As Special Agent in Charge of the Atlanta Division, he oversaw the FBI investigation of the killings of black youths in Atlanta and led the joint state-federal task force, which resulted in the arrest and conviction of Wayne Williams.

88 MIN2019 NOV 13
Comments
John Glover – Atlanta Child Murders, Wayne Williams

John Glover – FBI 100th Anniversary of African American Special Agents

Retired Executive Assistant Director John Glover, the highest-ranking African American in the FBI, reviews the history of African American special agents from 1919 through 2019, why diversity, especially in law enforcement, matters, and recounts stories from his extraordinary career in the FBI.

70 MIN2019 NOV 10
Comments
John Glover – FBI 100th Anniversary of African American Special Agents

Joe Navarro – Rod Ramsay Espionage Case, Reading Body Language

Joe Narravo reviews the case of Rod Ramsay, an Army veteran suspected of committing espionage while stationed in Germany. Joe interviewed Ramsay forty-two times and recorded the evidence to prove that Ramsay handed the Soviets vital military secrets. Joe Navarro is recognized as one of the world’s foremost authorities on reading nonverbal communications. In this interview he reveals some of the myths about reading body language.

77 MIN2019 OCT 30
Comments
Joe Navarro – Rod Ramsay Espionage Case, Reading Body Language

Eileen Roemer – FBI Cadaver Dogs, 9/11 Search and Recovery

Retired Agent Eileen Roemer reviews her time training her cadaver dogs, Riley and Bailey, both Golden Retrievers, and the search and recovery work they did to locate human remains at crime scenes, including the Pentagon where she responded with them for twelve days immediately following the 9/11 terrorist attacks.

64 MIN2019 OCT 16
Comments
Eileen Roemer – FBI Cadaver Dogs, 9/11 Search and Recovery

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