Top Cases of The FBI

RJ PARKER PUBLISHING, INC.
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 From the roaring 20s to modern days, RJ Parker has written the true life events of cases that made major headlines all over the country. Each chapter in this book, is devoted to the biography (or background) of famous mobsters and horrendous events that the FBI has handled since the beginning of the agency. Well researched and well written, these case histories will keep you turning the page. For those of us who love true crime stories, this book should not be passed over - as you will learn details that many others have missed. 
One of the most fascinating Law Enforcement Agencies in the world is the FBI. From the J. Edgar Hoover days to present, the Bureau has investigated the most famous cases, including, mobsters, gangs, bank robbers, and terrorism. They have also received a few black eyes including, Waco Siege, and Ruby Ridge. 

In Top Cases of The FBI, RJ Parker captured twelve of those cases and prepared case files on these criminals up to and including their sentencing or demise. 

These cases include: 

John Dillinger and his Gang of Bank Robbers 
Mobster John Gotti 
Bonnie and Clyde 
Mobster Al Capone 
The Jonestown Massacre 
Oklahoma City Bombing 
The Unabomber 
The 1986 FBI Miami Shootout (In the line of fire) 
Ruby Ridge 
Waco 
Patty Hearst 
The D.C. Beltway Snipers 

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Publisher
RJ PARKER PUBLISHING, INC.
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Published on
Dec 27, 2012
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Pages
196
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Language
English
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Genres
Biography & Autobiography / Criminals & Outlaws
Biography & Autobiography / Law Enforcement
Law / Criminal Law / General
Political Science / Law Enforcement
Social Science / Violence in Society
True Crime / Murder / General
True Crime / Organized Crime
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