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Family Charged in Pittsburgh Slaying of FBI Agent Claims Harassment

Whether they have a legit beef or not, this family may not get a lot of public sympathy considering the central crime: killing an FBI agent who was serving an arrest warrant.

By Paula Reed Ward
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
Slain FBI Agent Sam Hicks

Slain FBI Agent Sam Hicks

PITTSBURGH — Since three members of Christina Korbe’s family were arrested earlier this month, they have stepped up claims of being subjected to harassment and intimidation by local and federal law enforcement.

“Everything [police] have done to this point is to exact revenge, not justice,” Mrs. Korbe’s brother-in-law, George Waksmunski, said in a news release. Police respond that they are merely following leads as they investigate the fatal shooting of FBI Special Agent Samuel Hicks on Nov. 19 at Mrs. Korbe’s Indiana Township home.

It’s a case of a strikingly tone-deaf public relations campaign vs. the grim determination by law enforcement to thoroughly investigate the death of one of its own.

Christina Korbe, 40, is charged with killing Agent Hicks on Nov. 19, when he and a team of officers arrived at the couple’s home to serve an arrest warrant on her husband, Robert Korbe.

Already charged in connection with a large-scale cocaine ring, Mr. Korbe, 39, is also accused of faking a burglary at his home to collect $29,000 in insurance money.
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