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Alaska Serial Killer Leaves Behind Bloody Pages of Poetry, Ramblings

Steve Neavling 

At first, the handwritten notes were too bloody to read.

So the letters, which were found beneath Alaska serial killer Israel Keyes’s body after he committed suicide by slitting his wrists, were sent to an FBI lab in Virginia for restoration, the Associated Press reports.

The notes provided investigators with no details about the crimes, such as the names of victims, but the yellow legal pad contained poetry about American materialism and disturbing writings about an unidentified victim, the AP reported

“Land of the free, home of the lie, land of the scheme, Americanize! Consume what you don’t need, stars you idolize, pursue what you adore it is a dream, then its American die,” Keyes wrote.



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Michael Steinbach Gets the Nod as Permanent Head of FBI’s Miami Division

By Allan Lengel

Michael B. Steinbach, who has been acting head of the Miami FBI since last August, becomes the permanent special agent in charge.

Steinbach also served as head of the Jacksonville office while he was acting SAC for Miami.

He began his career as an agent in 1995, and was first posted in Chicago, where he worked in the fugitive and violent crimes/major offenders programs.

In 2003, he was promoted to supervisory special agent in the Counterterrorism Division at FBI headquarters. He provided program management for FBI operations in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, and in Afghanistan.

In 2004, he was off to Afghanistan to serve as the deputy on-scene commander for FBI operations.

Steinbach was assigned assistant legal attaché in Israel in 2005. In January 2006, he was promoted to legal attaché. He worked with Israeli government and the Palestinian Authority on all FBI investigative matters.

In 2008, Mr. Steinbach was promoted to supervisor of the Violent Crimes Task Force in the D.C. Field Office, and in 2009 was appointed assistant section chief for the International Terrorism Operations Section in the Counterterrorism Division.

In May 2010, Steinbach was made deputy director for Law Enforcement Services at the CIA’s Counterterrorism Center. He was then assigned special assistant to the associate deputy director of the FBI.

In April 2012, he was promoted to special agent in charge of the Jacksonville Division.



Former FBI Director Freeh Takes Over Law Firm, Merges It with his Law Practice


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Steve Neavling 

Former FBI Director Louis Freeh, who last year led an investigation into the sexual abuse of Penn State University’s assistant football coach will take over the law firm Pepper Hamilton L.L.P. later this month, the Philadelphia Enquirer reports.

Freeh, who is replacing Nina Gussak, merged his Wilmington-based law firm with Pepper Hamilton last year. 

The idea is to expand the firm’s white collar defense practice, while Freeh also does internal investigative and consulting work, the firm announced Tuesday.

“This is a really interesting new model,” Freeh said told the Enquirer.

Freeh is a former federal judge who oversaw the FBI under President Clinton. In 2006, Freeh opened his own law firm and investigated internal-corruption.

FBI Names New Special Agent in Charge of Puerto Rico Office

Steve Neavling

A new FBI agent will oversee operations in Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands. 

Carlos Cases, previously served as director for Latin America and the southwest border for the FBI’s criminal investigations division in Washington, D.C., will monitor crimes in U.S. territories from the San Juan, Puerto Rico office, the FBI announced.

Working outside of the mainland is nothing new for Cases. He worked at the U.S. Embassy in Mexico City and also at the FBI office in Puerto Rico, where he played a role one of the bureau’s largest public corruption cases of local police.

Cases replaces Joseph Campbell, who served most recently as special agent in charge of the Puerto Rico office.

FBI: Alabama Hostage-Taker Was Ready to Detonate Explosive Devices

Steve Neavling 

An Alabama man who took a boy hostage in an underground bunker for days had two explosive devices ready to detonate, the FBI said Tuesday, the Miami Herald reports.

The FBI also revealed that a firefight ensued as FBI agents rushed the bunker to save the boy who turns 6 today.

The Herald wrote that one of the bombs was in the bunker, while the other was in a plastic tube through which negotiators were speaking to the suspect, Jimmy Lee Dykes.

FBI special agent Jason Pack said Dykes “reinforced the bunker against any attempted entry by law enforcement.”

The devices were never detonated.

The boy is reportedly doing well, the Miami Herald reported.

California Detective Arrested on Charges of Taking Cash in Exchange for Drugs

Steve Neavling 

FBI agents arrested a San Louis Obispo detective on allegations he was involved in a bribery scheme, the Los Angeles Times reports.

Cory Pierce, 39, was charged in federal court with one count of bribery, the LA Times wrote.

He’s accused of taking cash and narcotics from two people whom he calls “cooperating witnesses.”

In exchange, Pierce provided the pair with drugs for personal use and fake drugs to sell, the FBI reported.

Pierce also is accused of tipping off drug sources about the ongoing probe.


FBI Agents Rescue Child Who Was Held Captive for Seven Days in a Bunker

Steve Neavling 

After seven grueling days, negotiations between the FBI and a kidnapper had broken down in southern Alabama.

Fears elevated when agents saw the kidnapper, Jimmy Lee Dykes, with a gun, NBC News reports.

A decision had to be made.

“Within the past 24 hours negotiations deteriorated and Mr. Dykes was observed holding a gun,” Special Agent in Charge Stephen Richardson, of the Mobile, Ala., office, said at a press briefing Monday. “At this point, FBI agents, fearing the child was in imminent danger, entered the bunker and rescued the child.”

Dykes was killed in the standoff, and the child was unharmed, NBC New reported.