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FBI Agent Stephen Tidwell Who Worked on D.C. Sniper and 9/11 is Calling it Quits After 25 Years


After 25 years and investigations that have included the D.C. snipercase and the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks, FBI agent J. Stephen Tidwell is calling it quits.

By LISA BEISEL
Annapolis Capitol

Crofton resident J. Stephen Tidwell has had an exciting career with the FBI since 1983.
He currently holds the bureau’s fourth-highest position, and during his career he led the investigation into Flight 77, the American Airlines flight that crashed into the Pentagon during the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001. He also was in charge of the FBI’s October 2002 sniper investigation in Washington, D.C.
In 2004, he also was the on-scene commander for the FBI during the 2004 Athens Summer Olympics.
But all that FBI excitement will end for him this month, when he retires at age 56. It will likely be replaced by some Harley riding and golfing.

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