WASHINGTON – There was the Miami trial of the dirty bomber Joseph Padilla. The New York indictment of 62 mobsters with suspected ties to the Gambino, Genovese or Bonanno crime families. The Washington indictment and conviction of “Uncle Ted” Stevens, the longest serving Repulican senator. The discovery that scientist Bruce Ivins – who later killed himself — was the likely culprit in the anthrax attacks. And of course, there was the arrest of Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich. Ahhh, 2008.
It may have been a turbulent and difficult year. But it was anything but boring. To commemorate a year of crime, the FBI compiled 52 press releases representing its top news stories for each week of the year.
To read them click here.