2014: The FBI Story   [open pdf - 3MB]

Alternate Title: 2014: The Federal Bureau of Investigation Story

From the "Message from FBI Director James B. Comey": "It has been a busy and challenging year for the FBI and for our partners at home and around the world. Together, we confronted cyber attacks from sophisticated, state-sponsored actors, transnational criminal groups, and everyday hackers. We arrested white-collar criminals and corrupt public officials. We protected our communities from violent gangs and child predators. And we safeguarded Americans from an array of counterterrorism and counterintelligence threats. This latest edition of 'The FBI Story', our annual collection of news and feature articles from our public website, FBI.gov, chronicles our most successful 2014 investigations and operations. These include the disruption of botnet operators responsible for the theft of more than $100 million worldwide; nearly $9 billion in penalties levied against one of the largest financial institutions in the world for exploiting the American financial system; and a nationwide child exploitation sweep that recovered 168 victims of trafficking. This edition of 'The FBI Story' also highlights some of our unique capabilities. You will find multi-part series on gangs and serial killers, as well as features on the biometric system known as Next Generation Identification (now fully operational) and the completion of a project to digitize FBI files, including 30 million records and 83 million fingerprint cards. You will also find historical pieces on Benson House, which played a crucial role in our counterintelligence operations during World War II, and the 50th anniversary of the investigation into the disappearance of three civil rights workers in Mississippi in 1964--a case widely known as Mississippi Burning."

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