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Alphabetical Listing Collection

Anne Sidorovich
Anthony Blunt
Sir Anthony Frederick Blunt (1907-1983) was a member of the Cambridge Five, a group of Soviet Union spies that operated at the highest levels of British politics and society.
Anthony Bourdain
Anthony Michael Grosso
Anthony Salerno
Anthony “Fat Tony” Salerno (1911-1992) was a member of the Vito Genovese La Cosa Nostra organized crime family. This release consists of FBI investigative files between 1956 and 1966.
Anthony Spilotro
Anthony “Tony” John Spilotro (1938-1986) was an organized crime figure from Chicago. He was the subject of an FBI narcotics investigation in Las Vegas.
Anton Lavey
Antonin Scalia
Anwar Nasser Aulaqi
Any and All Communication and FOIA Requests regarding Protocols of Learned Elders of Zion
Argentina Declassification Project
Ariel Castro
Ariel Sharon
Ariel Sharon (1928 to 2014) was an Israeli politician. This release consists of material related to diplomatic security issues concerning Sharon’s visit to the United States in 1982 and 1991.
Aristotle Onassis
Aristotelis (or Aristotle) Sokratis Onassis (1906-1975) was a wealthy shipping magnate and husband to the widowed Jacqueline Kennedy.
Armando Florez Ibarra
Armando Florez Ibarra served as a Cuban diplomat in the United States and Czechoslovakia before defecting to Spain in 1968. This release consists of material from FBI files dated between 1960 and 1986.
Arnold Palmer
Art Modell
Arthur Bertram Modell (1925-2012) was a businessman best known for his ownership of the Cleveland Browns and Baltimore Ravens football teams. This release consists of a 1975 investigation of an extortion threat against Modell and a 2000 investigation of a threatening letter sent to him. Neither case resulted in a prosecution.
Arthur Flegenheimer (Dutch Schultz)
Arthur “Dutch Schultz” Flegenheimer (1902-1935) was a New York City racketeer known for bootlegging, income tax evasion, and a number of other crimes.
Arthur Kinoy
Arthur R. "Doc" Barker
Arthur R. “Doc” Barker (1899-1939) was an infamous criminal and member of the Barker/Karpis Gang in the 1930s. He was convicted for his participation in the kidnapping of Edward George Brewer in St. Paul, Minnesota in 1934 and sentenced to Alcatraz prison in San Francisco. He died while trying to escape in 1939.
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