FBI Promotes Public Corruption Expert to New Orleans Post
The FBI has promoted an expert on public corruption as the new Special Agent in Charge of the New Orleans Division, feds announced Monday, reports Examiner.com.
Michael J. Anderson worked public corruption cases in the Miami Division before being promoted to special agent in the Public Corruption Unit of the FBI’s Criminal Investigation Division.
Among Anderson’s past duties was investigating Hurricane Katrina-related corruption.
Anderson also served at headquarters as the chief of the Employee’s Services Section of the FBI’s Human Resources Division.
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