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Ted Stevens
Term Limit for Instructor and Training Program Management Personnel PD 1100D
Terrence Steven (Steve) McQueen
Terrence Steven McQueen (1930-1980) was an American movie actor who went by the shorter name, Steve McQueen.
Texarkana Phantom Moonlight Murders
The Beatles
The Covenant The Sword The Arm of the Lord
The Doors
The Finders
The Grateful Dead
The Hells Angels
The Ku Klux Klan (KKK)
The Monkees
The Monkees were a U.S. pop band created for a television show of the same name in 1966. The band also toured and made record albums even after the show was cancelled. References to the band appear in two places in FBI files: a 1967 Los Angeles Field Office memorandum on anti-Vietnam war activities and a second document redacted entirely.
The Unabomber
The Weinstein Company
The Zodiac Killer
Theodor Adorno
Theodore Chaikin Sorensen
Theodore “Ted” Chaiken Sorensen (1928-2010) was a lawyer and speechwriter best known for his long association with the Kennedy family. He served as special counsel to President John F. Kennedy and later as an advisor to Senator Ted Kennedy. This release consists of files ranging from 1948-1998, including several background investigations conducted when the White House nominated Sorensen for various appointed positions such as the Director of Central Intelligence in 1977.
Thomas Black
Thomas D'Alesandro Jr.
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.
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