reply to post by At0mZer0
Sorry, this video is completely bogus, on so many levels it's not even funny.
This is merely an A.C.L.U. propaganda piece, it even states at the end it is by the A.C.L.U.
Has anyone claiming this is an actual interview actually watched the entire video?
If they even had an inkling about how the F.B.I. and or J.T.T.F. functioned, they would know this video isn't even believable, nor would it convince
anyone with half a brain.
1) F.B.I. and or J.T.T.F. will not allow themselves to be videoed, while interviewing someone.
2) F.B.I. and or J.T.T.F. do not dress in shabby clothing like that, they dress in suits.
3) F.B.I. and or J.T.T.F. conduct themselves more professionally than those obviously paid actors, who are illegally portraying themselves as Federal
They are about as bad actors as those from the television show, "Criminal Minds".
4) F.B.I. and or J.T.T.F. do not ask you if you're planning on committing, or know of someone committing something, based upon a protest, they
conduct investigations, via speaking with your neighbors, your friends, your employers, past relationships, and anyone else, other than you.
5) F.B.I. and or J.T.T.F. do things quite a bit differently than portrayed within this video.
I am going to recommend a few books, and possibly someone within this thread might learn a thing or two, about how the F.B.I. actually does things,
based on real information.
Idiot's Guide to Private Investigating
The Bureau: The Secret History of
Amazon Review :
The gumshoe go-to—revised and updated.
Easy-to-use and fantastically inclusive, this is the book on private investigation, whether you want to establish yourself as a professional or just
use some of the tools of a P.I. for your own business.
You’ll get the low-down on pre-employment research, tenant screening, adoption searches, safeguarding yourself from investigation, and much more.
—Completely revised with all-new chapters on skip tracing and due diligence searches
—Skills and techniques for average citizens, as well as professionals
—Includes the most useful—and little-known—databases
The FBI Career
Guide: Inside Information on Getting Chosen for and Succeeding in One of the Toughest, Most Prestigious Jobs in the World
Amazon Review :
An assiduous journalist, Kessler has written numerous books about behind-the-scenes stories at the national security agencies.
His reportage on the abuse of office perks by ex-FBI director William Sessions, for example, precipitated Sessions' exit in 1993.
His latest book is a history of the FBI since its origin in 1908 and is structured around directors' tenures.
A majority of this overview is devoted to J. Edgar Hoover's 48 years in the saddle, and Kessler does dig up some new tidbits.
Yet much of the Hoover-era material will be old hat to readers of Kessler's The FBI (1993).
What's new here? A cascade of criticism of Louis Freeh, the director from 1993 to 2001.
Despite Freeh's positive public persona, Kessler says insiders rankled under his leadership.
They felt that Freeh neglected management issues such as a systemic computer problem, preferring to unwisely intervene in individual investigations
such as the botched Wen Ho Lee case.
Kessler's access to reliable sources results in a richly detailed overview.
Copyright © American Library Association. All rights reserved
Amazon Review :
"In the three years following the September 11th, 2001, terrorist attacks, the Federal Bureau of Investigation hired 2,200 new Special Agents.
But that was out of more than 150,000 applicants, and you can be sure the successful candidates had not only relevant backgrounds, but also
determination and a genuine desire to embark on one of the most coveted, rewarding, and challenging careers in the world.
The FBI Career Guide spells out exactly what the Bureau is looking for in Special Agent candidates, and how to maximize your chances of being selected
from the huge applicant pool.
Joe Koletar, whose own blue-ribbon career at the Bureau is second to none, shows how to get the job—and how to thrive once you’ve got it.
His inside look at the real FBI reveals:
* Smart educational and career decisions to improve your odds of being hired
* How to meet and network with current FBI agents
* What Special Agents do, day-to-day, in different roles and environments
* How undercover investigations, SWAT team operations, and specialty assignments work
* What agents earn, and what benefits they receive
* The prospects for advancement, and some typical (and not so typical) career paths
* How the job may affect your personal and family life
And much more
The FBI Career Guide also reveals the common mistakes applicants make, and shows how to avoid them.
And it gives you detailed information on excelling in the Agent Training Program.
Finally, the book offers profiles of real agents who have gone on to successful post-FBI careers, and will help you lay the groundwork for a rewarding
life after the Bureau.
Above all, The FBI Career Guide will help you find out if you’ve got what it takes to succeed -- and if you do, how to show it."
I own all three books above, and have studied Government, Law Enforcement, Military, you name it, all about how investigations, the inner-workings,
and elements of what these people do, throughout my "conspiracy theorizing"
My dear God, people, my dead great-grandmother and dead grandmother could conduct themselves more professionally than these two obviously paid
J. Edgar Hoover would roll in his grave if he knew people were besmirching his F.B.I., by acting as bad as these two individuals did, in the quite
blatantly obvious propaganda piece.
Blackmail : Keep Your Friends Close, Keep Your Enemies Closer, The Threat of Subversion
The above thread speaks on J. Edgar Hoover in regards to the political blackmail he conducted, as one of the most famous people I know of to have
While I am not necessarily defending the F.B.I., neither am I attacking them, but this video is the biggest piece of crap I have ever seen, and this
thread is based on a video which is a lie, completely, nothing against the original poster.
[edit on 13-6-2010 by SpartanKingLeonidas]