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Spiro Agnew
Spiro Theodore Agnew (1918-1996) was a Maryland politician and U.S. vice president from 1968 to 1973. He resigned as vice president and later pleaded no contest to tax evasion charges pursued by the IRS; the FBI investigated him for bribery, but he was not prosecuted on that charge. This release consists of FBI records concerning the bribery investigation as well as threats made against Agnew. It ranges between 1969 and 1986 (mostly between 1969 and 1973). This more comprehensive release replaces the more limited one made in the 1990s that had been previously posted here on the Vault.
St. Joseph Missouri School District Investigation
St. Valentines Day Massacre
Stanley (Stan Lee) Lieber
Stanley Kubrick
Stanley Levison
Stanley Rich
Stanley Sheinbaum
Stansfield Turner
Stanton Terrance Friedman
Stay-Behind Special Agent Program in Alaska
Between 1950 and 1951, the FBI was involved in planning for and beginning to implement a program to identify and train personnel who would act in a clandestine capacity in Alaska should the USSR invade the area. This Stay Behind Agent Program, also called STAGE by the FBI, was to be done in concert with other government agencies. The FBI abruptly ended its involvement in September of 1951; the reason why is not indicated in the materials released.
Stella Page
Steve Allen
Steven LaTourette
Steven Paul Jobs
Steven Paul Jobs (1955-2011) was a founder and leader of Apple Inc. (formerly Apple Computer Inc.). In 1991, Jobs was considered for an appointed position on the U.S. President's Export Council. This release consists of the FBI's 1991 background investigation of Jobs for that position and a 1985 investigation of a bomb threat against Apple.
Stokely Carmichael
Student Committee for Travel to Cuba
Sullivan and Cromwell
Sun Myung Moon
Sun Myung Moon (1920-2012) was the founder of the Unification Church. This release consists of FBI records concerning Moon and his church. The files show that the FBI investigated Moon briefly for possible violations of U.S. bribery laws, but no charges were made. The Bureau also received a large number of public complaints about the Unification Church's activities, which constitute the bulk of this release.
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