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Shirley Temple Black

Shirley Temple Black (1928-2014) was a well known actress and political appointee in several administrations. This release consists of a 1969 background investigation made when Ms. Black was under consideration for executive appointment. Also included are two small files regarding threats made against Ms. Black.

Leonid Brezhnev

Leonid Ilyich Brezhnev (1906-1982) was a senior politician in the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR) who became head of the country from 1964 to 1982. This release consists of an FBI clippings file on politics in the Soviet Union from 1943 to 1960; many of these articles mention Brezhnev.

Daniel Patrick Moynihan

Daniel Patrick Moynihan (1927-2003) was a sociologist and long serving U.S. Senator and academic. This release consists of references to Moynihan in FBI files between 1968 and 1999. They include materials relating to investigations into a number of threats made against Moynihan and references to background investigations of Moynihan for appointment to high government positions.

Casey Kasem

Casey Kasem, 1932 to 2014, born as Kemal Amen Kasem, was an actor, producer, and well known disk jockey and music celebrity. These files concern FBI investigations of violent threats made against Kasem between 1981 and 1993.

Fred W. Phelps, Sr

Fred W. Phelps, Sr. (1929 – 2014) was the founder of the Westboro Baptist Church of Topeka, Kansas, a group known for anti-gay activism.

Southern Christian Leadership Convention

The Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC) -- a civil rights group created by Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., and others in 1957 – was investigated by the FBI for possible ties to domestic communists and the U.S.S.R.

Margaret H. Thatcher

Margaret H. Thatcher, Baroness Thatcher of Kesteven, (1925 to 2013), was a British politician who served as Prime Minister from 1979 to 1990. This release ranges between the years 1985 and 1997. The material concerns security issues related to Baroness Thatcher’s visits to the United States and potential threats against her.

Ian Fleming

Ian L. Fleming (1908 to 1964) is the author of a number of novels featuring the fictitious British spy James Bond. This old release consists of material regarding the inquiry of a movie production company for assistance in the production of Goldfinger, a movie based on one of Fleming’s novels.

Digital Evidence Policy Guide

The FBI’s 1/3/2014 “Digital Evidence Policy Implementation Guide” was created to establish and consolidate FBI policy and procedures with regards to the proper handling, reviewing and processing of digital evidence collected in the course of FBI investigations. Redactions were made to protect personal privacy and law enforcement techniques.

Thomas Hale Boggs

Thomas Hale Boggs (1914 to 1972/3) was a U.S. politician who disappeared in a 1972 plane crash and was declared dead the next year. This release consists of several FBI files previously released to the public. The files span the years 1949 to 1972; redactions were made primarily to protect personal privacy and grand jury secrecy.

Cartha DeLoach

Cartha Dekle “Deke” DeLoach (1920 to 2013) was a long-serving FBI employee, agent, and executive between 1942 and 1970. At his retirement, he held the position of deputy associate director, the third-ranking official in the FBI at the time. This release consists of four volumes of material from his personnel file ranging from 1942 to 1959.

FBI Use of Global Positioning System (GPS) Tracking

This release consists of FBI materials related to our use of global positioning system (GPS) technology. The material consists of several documents redacted to protect privacy, law enforcement techniques and procedures, and properly classified materials.

Pentagon Spy Case

This release covers the FBI investigation into a leak of classified material to reporter Jack Anderson. At the White House’s request, the FBI investigated a naval yeoman, Charles E. Radford, II, who worked with the National Security Council. The release covers the years 1972 to 1974.

Jack Anderson

Jack N. Anderson (1922-2005) was an influential journalist. The material posted here consists of old and newly released material about Anderson, his writings on the FBI, and his use of leaked material of national security concern.
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