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Benjamin Spock
Bernard Baruch
Bernard Fensterwald Jr.
Bernard Julius Otto Kuehn
Bernard Julius Otto Kuehn (1895-Unknown) and his wife were German-born spies for the Japanese government. They provided the Japanese with intelligence related to the attack on Pearl Harbor, Hawaii on December 7, 1941. After serving a long prison sentence, Kuehn and his family were deported to Germany. For more information, see:
Bernard L. Madoff Investment Securities LLC
Bernard Law
Bernard Redmont
Bertolt Brecht
Eugen Bertolt Friedrich Brecht (1898-1956) was a Bavarian poet and playwright who immigrated to the U.S. after Hitler took power. This release covers the FBI’s role in the U.S. government’s consideration of Brecht’s petition for permanent residence.
Bettie Page
Bettie Mae Page (1923-2008) was famous for her pin-up portraits and nude modeling. Although the FBI did not investigate Page, her name appeared in several FBI interstate transportation of obscene materials investigations, a San Francisco Field Office crime survey, and—in passing—a counterintelligence investigation. These materials are dated between 1947 and 1957.
Betty Shabazz
Betty Shabazz (1934-1997) born Betty Sanders, aka “Betty X”, was a civil rights advocate and the wife of Malcolm X. The files in this release range from 1958 to 1970.
Billie Holiday
Billy Carter
Billy Martin
Alfred Manuel “Billy” Martin (1928-1989) was a professional baseball player and manager. This release consists of files on investigations into extortion threats made against Martin in 1960, 1975, and 1976 and a file on a request for forensic assistance in the investigation of a DUI accident in 1989 in which Martin, a passenger in the car, was killed.
Bishop Eddie Lee Long
Bishop Fulton Sheen
Black Dahlia (Elizabeth Short)
Elizabeth Ann Short, aka “The Black Dahlia” In 1947, a brutally mutilated female corpse was found in Los Angeles. The press nicknamed the victim “The Black Dahlia.” Her killer was never found. The FBI identified the victim as Elizabeth Ann Short (1924-1947), an aspiring actress. This release details the FBI’s assistance to the Los Angeles Police Department, which investigated the murder, between 1947 and 1948.
Black Extremist
Black Guerilla Family
Black Identity Extremist (BIE) Intelligence Assessment (August 3,2017)
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