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Old 9th April 2000, 22:22
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The FBI honors its Special Agents killed in the line of duty as the result of a direct adversarial force, or at or by the hand of an adversary. The names of these Agents, who are appropriately termed "Service Martyrs," are included on a permanent plaque so that their ultimate sacrifice will always be remembered. The inscription on this Service Martyr Plaque reads: "In memory of Special Agents of the Federal Bureau of Investigation who were killed in the line of duty as the direct result of an adversarial action." A total of 33 Agents were designated as Service Martyrs as of October, 1999.

Edwin C. Shanahan
1898 - 1925

Paul E. Reynolds
1899 - 1929

Raymond J. Caffrey
1903 - 1933

W. Carter Baum
1904 - 1934

Samuel P. Cowley
1899 - 1934

Herman E. Hollis
1903 - 1934

Nelson B. Klein
1898 - 1935

Wimberly W. Baker
1910 - 1937

Truett E. Rowe
1904 - 1937

William R. Ramsey
1903 - 1938

Hubert J. Treacy, Jr.
1913 - 1942

Joseph J. Brock
1908 - 1952

John Brady Murphy
1917 - 1953

Richard Purcell Horan
1922 - 1957

Terry R. Anderson
1924 - 1966

Douglas M. Price
1941 - 1968

Anthony Palmisano
1942 - 1969

Edwin R. Woodriffe
1941 - 1969

Gregory W. Spinelli
1949 - 1973

Jack R. Coler
1947 - 1975

Ronald A. Williams
1947 - 1975

Johnnie L. Oliver
1944 - 1979

Charles W. Elmore
1945 - 1979

Jared Robert Porter
1935 - 1979

Robin L. Ahrens
1952 - 1985

Jerry L. Dove
1956 - 1986

Benjamin P. Grogan
1933 - 1986

L. Douglas Abram
1942 - 1990

John L. Bailey
1942 - 1990

Martha Dixon Martinez
1959 - 1994

Michael John Miller
1953 - 1994

William Christian, Jr.
1946 - 1995

Charles Leo Reed
1951 - 1996


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Old 19th April 2000, 22:18
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El grupo de jovenes puertorriqueños en cual pertenezco le estamos pidiendo mayor seguridad a las fuerzas del orden en Puerto Rico, exhortando a incrementar los oficiales del FBI, DEA y así como las otras ramas. A la misma vez le agradecemos el valor y sacrificios por mantener a esta Isla limpia de todos aquellos individuos que atenten por la paz de Puerto Rico. ¡Que así les ayude Dios!
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Old 20th April 2000, 10:58
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ESTOY DEACUERDO CONTIGO SE NECECITAN MAS
F.B.I. PARA INVESTIGAR EL CORUPTO GOBIERNO
ACTUAL,QUE DIOS LIBRE A PUERTO RICO DE OTRA
ADMINISTRACION BAJO EL CORUPTO PARTIDO NUEVO
PROGRESISTA.
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Old 20th April 2000, 17:28
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Siempre me he preguntado ¿porque la diminuta delegación independentistas en "La Casa de las Leyes" se han opuesto a la aprobación del legislador a tiempo completo? Alguna persona me puede contestar eso.

¿Donde estan las planillas de contribuciones de los candidatos a puestos electivos del PIP? ¿Se atreven ponerlas en la Internet como lo hizo el Sr. Pesquera?

Ese comportamiento es confuso y pretenden llegar al poder con cosas escondidas.
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