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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

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

Jerri Williams - My Media Empire, A Look Behind the Curtain

Host Jerri Williams shares updates about her latest book FBI Myths and Misconceptions: A Manual for Armchair Detectives, download stats for FBI Retired Case File Review and reveals changes she’s making to the podcast release schedule.

56 MIN2 weeks ago
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Jerri Williams - My Media Empire, A Look Behind the Curtain

Bonus Live Show with SA Cerena Coughlin, RESPECT: Women’s Podcast Festival

FBI Retired Case File Review episode recorded live at the RESPECT: Women’s Podcast Festival in Philadelphia. Special guest SA Cerena Coughlin, Philadelphia Division applicant coordinator answers FBI recruitment questions.

37 MIN2 weeks ago
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Bonus Live Show with SA Cerena Coughlin, RESPECT: Women’s Podcast Festival

Phil Coghlan – Hit Man: A Technical Manual For Independent Contractors

Phil Coghlan reviews his investigation of a sophisticated and complex two-year crime spree involving bank robberies, bombs, and murder, and the highly controversial book, Hit Man: A Technical Manual For Independent Contractors that his bank robbery subjects read and used to commit their crimes. Phil also provides historical insight regarding lawsuits that sought to place limits on freedom of speech and the publication of the Hitman book and his connection to the court case.

51 MIN3 weeks ago
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Phil Coghlan – Hit Man: A Technical Manual For Independent Contractors

Michael E. Anderson - Passport Fraud, Investment Fraud, Murder for Hire

Retired Agent Michael E. Anderson reviews his investigation of German national Georg Dudov, for a money-laundering scheme that netted $2.3 million from people who thought they were investing in oil wells. Dudov also attempted to bribe an immigration official to issue him a fraudulent American passport and tried to hire a hitman to have an associate killed.

94 MINAUG 22
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Michael E. Anderson - Passport Fraud, Investment Fraud, Murder for Hire

Scott Duffey – Thomas Gibison, Skinhead Racially Motivated Murder

Scott reviews his years-long investigation of what started out as a rumor that Thomas Gibison had whispered to high school classmates while attending his senior prom. He and a friend claimed that their new spider web tattoos were symbols of their allegiance to white-supremacist Skinhead dogma and were “earned” by them shooting a black man. This nearly 2-decade-old racially motivated homicide was tenaciously pursued by Scott Duffey and his partner, ATF special agent Terrance Mortimer.

89 MINAUG 15
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Scott Duffey – Thomas Gibison, Skinhead Racially Motivated Murder

Russell Atkinson - Trade Secret Theft, Silicon Valley

Russell Atkinson reviews the first trade secret theft prosecution in California under the federal Economic Espionage Act of 1996. The case centered on the theft of radiological device technology and encrypted materials by a former employee of a Silicon Valley tech firm.

78 MINAUG 8
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Russell Atkinson - Trade Secret Theft, Silicon Valley

Michael Harrigan – ViCAP, Serial Killer Samuel Little, Listener Q & A (Part 2)

Michael Harrigan reviews ViCAP, the largest repository of serial violent crime cases in the country. He was the unit’s chief and oversaw the development of the web database which allows client law enforcement agencies to conduct independent analysis. He discusses Samuel Little who may be the most prolific serial killer in U.S. History and answers questions sent in by listeners.

70 MINAUG 1
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Michael Harrigan – ViCAP, Serial Killer Samuel Little, Listener Q & A (Part 2)

Michael Harrigan – ViCAP, Highway Serial Killings Initiative (Part 1)

Michael Harrigan reviews the Violent Criminal Apprehension Program (ViCAP), the largest repository of serial violent crime cases in the country, and the Highway Serial Killings Initiative. Harrigan was the unit’s chief and oversaw the development of the web database which allows client law enforcement agencies direct access to conduct independent analysis. He also provides case studies of several serial killers, including Samuel Little who may be the most prolific in U.S. History.

85 MINJUL 25
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Michael Harrigan – ViCAP, Highway Serial Killings Initiative (Part 1)

Norman Wight – Stanley Mark Rifkin Bank Theft, Arrest Warrants

Norman Wight reviews the Stanley Mark Rifkin bank theft case. Rifkin embezzled $10 million from a bank in LA, via a wire transfer to Switzerland where he converted the money to diamonds and smuggled them into the United States. Based on a tip, Wight and Los Angeles Division agent Robin Brown arrested Rifkin and recovered the diamonds. The case tested case law regarding the validity of exigent circumstance when executing arrest warrants.

53 MINJUL 18
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Norman Wight – Stanley Mark Rifkin Bank Theft, Arrest Warrants

Jane Mason – Environmental Crime, Evidence Collection, PRESERVEkit

Jane Mason reviews a case she worked with the EPA where workers hired for asbestos abatement used illegal removal methods and then dumped grates and bags of asbestos at scattered locations throughout New York City, exposing anyone who unknowingly came in contact with the hazardous materials. She also introduces the the PRESERVEkit, a self-administered, sexual assault evidence collection kit for survivors who do not get a sexual assault forensic exam, commonly referred to as a rape kit.

83 MINJUL 11
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Jane Mason – Environmental Crime, Evidence Collection, PRESERVEkit

Latest Episodes

Jerri Williams - My Media Empire, A Look Behind the Curtain

Host Jerri Williams shares updates about her latest book FBI Myths and Misconceptions: A Manual for Armchair Detectives, download stats for FBI Retired Case File Review and reveals changes she’s making to the podcast release schedule.

56 MIN2 weeks ago
Comments
Jerri Williams - My Media Empire, A Look Behind the Curtain

Bonus Live Show with SA Cerena Coughlin, RESPECT: Women’s Podcast Festival

FBI Retired Case File Review episode recorded live at the RESPECT: Women’s Podcast Festival in Philadelphia. Special guest SA Cerena Coughlin, Philadelphia Division applicant coordinator answers FBI recruitment questions.

37 MIN2 weeks ago
Comments
Bonus Live Show with SA Cerena Coughlin, RESPECT: Women’s Podcast Festival

Phil Coghlan – Hit Man: A Technical Manual For Independent Contractors

Phil Coghlan reviews his investigation of a sophisticated and complex two-year crime spree involving bank robberies, bombs, and murder, and the highly controversial book, Hit Man: A Technical Manual For Independent Contractors that his bank robbery subjects read and used to commit their crimes. Phil also provides historical insight regarding lawsuits that sought to place limits on freedom of speech and the publication of the Hitman book and his connection to the court case.

51 MIN3 weeks ago
Comments
Phil Coghlan – Hit Man: A Technical Manual For Independent Contractors

Michael E. Anderson - Passport Fraud, Investment Fraud, Murder for Hire

Retired Agent Michael E. Anderson reviews his investigation of German national Georg Dudov, for a money-laundering scheme that netted $2.3 million from people who thought they were investing in oil wells. Dudov also attempted to bribe an immigration official to issue him a fraudulent American passport and tried to hire a hitman to have an associate killed.

94 MINAUG 22
Comments
Michael E. Anderson - Passport Fraud, Investment Fraud, Murder for Hire

Scott Duffey – Thomas Gibison, Skinhead Racially Motivated Murder

Scott reviews his years-long investigation of what started out as a rumor that Thomas Gibison had whispered to high school classmates while attending his senior prom. He and a friend claimed that their new spider web tattoos were symbols of their allegiance to white-supremacist Skinhead dogma and were “earned” by them shooting a black man. This nearly 2-decade-old racially motivated homicide was tenaciously pursued by Scott Duffey and his partner, ATF special agent Terrance Mortimer.

89 MINAUG 15
Comments
Scott Duffey – Thomas Gibison, Skinhead Racially Motivated Murder

Russell Atkinson - Trade Secret Theft, Silicon Valley

Russell Atkinson reviews the first trade secret theft prosecution in California under the federal Economic Espionage Act of 1996. The case centered on the theft of radiological device technology and encrypted materials by a former employee of a Silicon Valley tech firm.

78 MINAUG 8
Comments
Russell Atkinson - Trade Secret Theft, Silicon Valley

Michael Harrigan – ViCAP, Serial Killer Samuel Little, Listener Q & A (Part 2)

Michael Harrigan reviews ViCAP, the largest repository of serial violent crime cases in the country. He was the unit’s chief and oversaw the development of the web database which allows client law enforcement agencies to conduct independent analysis. He discusses Samuel Little who may be the most prolific serial killer in U.S. History and answers questions sent in by listeners.

70 MINAUG 1
Comments
Michael Harrigan – ViCAP, Serial Killer Samuel Little, Listener Q & A (Part 2)

Michael Harrigan – ViCAP, Highway Serial Killings Initiative (Part 1)

Michael Harrigan reviews the Violent Criminal Apprehension Program (ViCAP), the largest repository of serial violent crime cases in the country, and the Highway Serial Killings Initiative. Harrigan was the unit’s chief and oversaw the development of the web database which allows client law enforcement agencies direct access to conduct independent analysis. He also provides case studies of several serial killers, including Samuel Little who may be the most prolific in U.S. History.

85 MINJUL 25
Comments
Michael Harrigan – ViCAP, Highway Serial Killings Initiative (Part 1)

Norman Wight – Stanley Mark Rifkin Bank Theft, Arrest Warrants

Norman Wight reviews the Stanley Mark Rifkin bank theft case. Rifkin embezzled $10 million from a bank in LA, via a wire transfer to Switzerland where he converted the money to diamonds and smuggled them into the United States. Based on a tip, Wight and Los Angeles Division agent Robin Brown arrested Rifkin and recovered the diamonds. The case tested case law regarding the validity of exigent circumstance when executing arrest warrants.

53 MINJUL 18
Comments
Norman Wight – Stanley Mark Rifkin Bank Theft, Arrest Warrants

Jane Mason – Environmental Crime, Evidence Collection, PRESERVEkit

Jane Mason reviews a case she worked with the EPA where workers hired for asbestos abatement used illegal removal methods and then dumped grates and bags of asbestos at scattered locations throughout New York City, exposing anyone who unknowingly came in contact with the hazardous materials. She also introduces the the PRESERVEkit, a self-administered, sexual assault evidence collection kit for survivors who do not get a sexual assault forensic exam, commonly referred to as a rape kit.

83 MINJUL 11
Comments
Jane Mason – Environmental Crime, Evidence Collection, PRESERVEkit

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