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Diego Rodriguez Heading South to Take Charge of FBI’s Dallas Office

Diego Rodriguez/fbi photo

By Allan Lengel

The Dallas FBI will have a new boss soon.

The FBI announced that Diego Rodriguez, special agent in charge of the Criminal Division in New York, will take over as the SAC in Dallas.

He’ll replace Robert Casey who will be retiring on April 30.

“I have the highest regard for Mr. Rodriguez,” Casey said of Rodriguez in a statement. ” I am confident that he has the experience and leadership qualities to ensure an effective role here in the Dallas office.”

The two served together in Miami and at headquarters.

Rodriguez will start in Dallas in the summer.

In his present post, Rodriguez is responsible for investigations including white-collar crimes, violent crimes and civil rights.

He started his career in 1990 in the New York division where he was SWAT team and the Organized Crime and Drug Enforcement Task Force (OCDETF).


Ex-Fed Prosecutor Sues Iowa U.S. Atty for Age Discrimination

U.S. Attorney Stephanie Rose/gov photo

By Allan Lengel

Iowa U.S. Attorney Stephanie Rose, who is under consideration for a federal judgeship, is coming under attack by a former employee.

The Des Moines Register reports that former Assistant U.S. Attorney Martha Fagg, 53, has filed a lawsuit accusing Rose, 39, of age discrimination, harassment and creating a hostile work environment.

The suit, filed last week, alleges that Rose removed or demoted staff and attorneys who were over 40 years old. It also alleged that Rose, the U.S. attorney for the Northern District of Iowa, retaliated when she complained about possible discrimination.

Rose has called the suit baseless.

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FBI Looking for Bank Robber Who Shot Cop With AK-47

FBI Asks Public to Return Cash From Bank Robbery; Guess What?

By Allan Lengel

This is an interesting test of human nature and honesty.

A bank robber stuck up the Wells Fargo Bank branch in Pembroke Pines, Fla., in the Ft. Lauderdale area on March 29, and as he took off on his motorcycle, cash spilled onto the road.  Some citizens, who obviously dislike litter, picked up the green paper money, NBC Miami reported.

Now, the FBI is asking that anyone who picked up the money return it.

Guess what? So far, no one has.

FBI and NYPD Checking on Origin of al Qaeda Graphic


police handout/ny daily news

By Allan Lengel

The graphic is errie.

The New York Daily News reports that the FBI and NYPD are trying to find the source of a a graphic posted on terrorism websites that says: “Al Qaeda coming soon again in New York.”

The Daily News reported that authorities are trying to determine if there’s something to it, or it’s just a sick joke.

“It’s something we’re looking into,” NYPD spokesman Paul Browne told the Daily News. “We’re trying to determine the origins of it. We take all things like this seriously.”

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FBI Probing Controversial Fla. Shooting

By Allan Lengel

The FBI has been questioning potential witnesses in the shooting death of Trayvon Martin, trying to determine if the incident was racially motivated, NBC’s Michael Isikoff reports.

NBC reported that the questioning by FBI agents in Sanford, Fla. is part of a a “parallel investigation.” The state is also investigating the matter.

Agents are gathering background on the shooter George Zimmerman, the neighborhood watch captain who has claimed he shot in self defense.