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Victor Gold
Victor Marchetti
Video of Arrest, March 3, 1991
Videos
These videos were taken during the decade-long Ghost Stories investigation.
Vincent Astor
Vincent Cianci
Vincent Foster
Vincent Foster Vincent Foster (1945-1993), a prominent lawyer from Arkansas, was the Deputy White House Counsel to President Clinton from 1991 to 1993. Depressed by critical media comments, Foster took his own life on July 20, 1993 at Fort Marcy Park in Virginia. U.S. Park Police led the investigation into Foster’s death. This release details FBI assistance in the investigation, including information concerning a letter written by Foster, handwritten case notes, and the medical examiner’s report that ruled his death a suicide.
Vincent Thomas Lombardi
(1913-1970)
Vincent W. Foster, Jr
Viola Liuzzo
Virginia Tech
On April 16, 2007, Seung-Hui Cho committed mass murder on the Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (Virginia Tech) campus in Blacksburg, Virginia before committing suicide. The FBI provided investigative support to state and local police investigating the attacks. This release covers some of this work during April 2007.
Virginius Frank Coe
Virginius Frank Coe (1908 to 1980) was a former Treasury Department Official identified as a member of the Silvermaster espionage group in the late 1940s. This release consists of FBI material dated between 1970 and 1975.
Vito Genovese
Vito Marcantonio
Vivian Glassman
WACO / Branch Davidian Compound
Wallace Fard Muhammed
Walter B. Jones
Walter Elias Disney
(1901-1966)
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