Prosecutors and FBI agents involved in the Hunter Biden investigation have been the targets of threats and harassment by people who think they haven’t been tough enough on the president’s son, according to government officials and congressional testimony obtained exclusively by NBC News. To read what FBI Agents Association’s President Natalie Bara had to say … Continued
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Law enforcement leaders are raising alarms about threats to federal agents as prominent Republicans attack the FBI for its search of Donald Trump’s residence and as authorities investigate an attempted breach at an FBI field office in Ohio. To read more, click here.
FBI director Christopher Wray on Wednesday condemned threats to law enforcement made in the wake of the agency’s search of former President Trump’s Florida home, calling the rhetoric “deplorable and dangerous.” To read more, click here.
NPR’s Mary Louise Kelly speaks with Brian O’Hare, the president of the FBI Agents Association, about recent threats against agents and calls to defund the FBI. To read more, click here.
An association that represents federal law enforcement denounced an onslaught of violent threats against FBI agents following the bureau’s search of former President Trump’s Mar-a-Lago club and residence in Florida on Monday. To read more, click here
The Hill Law enforcement is pushing back against largely Republican-led attacks on the FBI related to Monday’s search of former President Trump’s Mar-a-Lago estate after an Ohio man sought to breach the entrance to the bureau’s Cincinnati field office days later. To read more click here
Monday, August 15, 2022 FBIAA President Brian O’Hare speaks to NPR about threats of Violence Against Law Enforcement and calls to defund the FBI.
The 2021 G-Man Honors: A Salute to FBI Heroes event held on November 18th was a huge success, generating $870,000 in donations from sponsors and attendees, benefitting our two charities FBIAA Memorial College Fund and the FBIAA Membership Assistance Fund. Congratulations to our 2021 Distinguished Service Honoree SA Jerri Williams (retired), who continues telling the real stories of … Continued
Tuesday, July 23rd the Senate passed a bill, 97-2, that would replenish the Victims Compensation Fund. FBIAA President Tom O’Connor met with WUSA9 to discuss the VCF prior to the hearing. To view his interview click here. The bill passed the House of Representatives earlier this month, 402-12. Watch video here