The beginnings of the Federal Bureau of Investigation go back to 1908 when Attorney General Charles Bonaparte created a force of special agents, formerly detectives and secret service men, later called the FBI ("FBI History"). Stanley Finch, a chief examiner in the Department of Justice, was the FBI's first leader, although it didn't officially have a name... [continues]
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