FBI’s Shawn Henry Stepping Down After 24 Years
FBI executive assistant director Shawn Henry, who had taken on a higher profile in the bureau in more recent times, has decided to retire, Jason Ryan of ABC News reports.
Ryan reports that Henry will step down after 24 years of service.
Henry is credited with “boosting the FBI’s computer crime and cybersecurity capabilities,” Ryan reported.
In 2010, Henry was named to the FBI’s number four spot — Executive Assistant Director of the Criminal Cyber Response and Services Branch. Just before that, he briefly headed up the FBI’s Washington Field Office.
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