Investigations by federal agencies (81 - 84 of 84 items)
Use of Currency and Foreign Account Reports To Detect Narcotics Traffickers
111017: Nov 29, 1979
To facilitate Federal financial investigations of drug trafficking, tax evasion, and other illegal activities, the Congress enacted the Bank Secrecy Act in October 1970. The Act requires individuals and financial institutions to report financial transactions that might be useful to Federal agencies in carrying out their investigative responsibilities. It was felt that the Act's financial reporting...
Coal Trespass in the Eastern States--More Federal Oversight Needed
EMD-79-69: Published: May 25, 1979. Publicly Released: May 30, 1979.
The illegal mining of federal coal, particularly in Alabama, has caused recent public and congressional concern. Published estimates of potential losses to the government, based on the value of the coal, range from $135 million to over $1 billion throughout the eastern states.Despite an awareness of coal trespass in Alabama and Maryland, and the likelihood of additional cases in other Eastern Stat...
Domestic Intelligence Operations of the Federal Bureau of Investigation
091276: Feb 24, 1976
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