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Stephen Anthony Named Head of Cleveland FBI

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By Allan Lengel

WASHINGTON — Ohio native Stephen D. Anthony, a former special assistant to FBI Director Robert S. Mueller III, has been named special agent in charge of the FBI’s Cleveland Division.

Anthony most recently was responsible for establishing an FBI-wide leadership development program, the FBI said.

Anthony entered the FBI in February 1988 and was first assigned to the Memphis Division. He established the city’s first Safe Streets Task Force. He was named a field supervisor in 2000.

In December 2003, he held different posts within the Executive Development and Selection Program at FBI Headquarters.

In February 2006, he was elevated to assistant special agent in charge at the Washington Field Office (WFO), where he oversaw all administrative matters and training programs, the FBI said.

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Thomas Browne Named Assistant Director of FBI’s Training Division

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By Allan Lengel

WASHINGTON — Thomas J. Browne, former head of the Little Rock FBI office, has been named assistant director of the agency’s Training Division.

In his new assignment,  Browne will be responsible for all FBI training programs, including the new agent and intelligence analyst training programs, and the National Academy, which trains federal, state, local and international police executives.

Browne entered the FBI in August 1985 and was first assigned to Las Vegas, where he investigated white collar crime.

In April 1990, he headed east to the Newark Field Office and subsequently went to the Franklin Township Resident Agency and investigated organized crime and white collar crime. He was the case agent in a high-profile case involving a corrupt prosecutor.

In July 1996, he was off to headquarters where he served in the Financial Crimes Section of the Criminal Investigative Division.

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Neo-Nazi on Trial Also Targeted Miami Herald Columnist Leonard Pitts, FBI Agent Testifies

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By Allan Lengel

An FBI agent testified Tuesday that a Neo-Nazi on trial in federal court in Chicago once posted potentially harmful information about a popular African American Miami Herald columnist Leonard Pitts, according to the Chicago Sun-Times.

The agent’s testimony came in the trial of Neo-Nazi William White, who is charged with advocating violence on his website against Chicago juror Mark Hoffman, who helped convict white supremacist Matt Hale in 2004, the paper reported.

White wrote that Hoffman was a “gay, Jewish anti-racist” who wrongfully helped convict Hale, who had ordered his head of security — who turned out to be an FBI informant — to kill U.S. District Judge Joan Lefkow, the Sun-Times reported. At some point, two family members of Judge Lefkow’s were murdered by a disgruntled litigant not affiliated with a white supremacist group, the Sun-Times reported.

In the case of Leonard Pitts, White criticized his column, used the n-word and posted personal information about Pitts including his wife’s name and a home address, according to testimony reported by the Chicago Sun-Times.

The FBI agent testified that when the Miami Herald managing editor asked White of Roanoke, Va., to take the info down, White replied by email: “Frankly, if some loony took the info and killed him, I wouldn’t shed a tear.”

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