How long do cases last? What do tv/movie portrayals about the FBI get wrong? What's the dumbest way somebody got caught? In this episode, we go in depth on the humble beginnings of the FBI, it's parallels with crime in America, and the volume of cases it handles today. Plus, a fun convo with Special Agent Robert Dane, who is part of a task force assigned to track down some of the most dangerous fugitives in America. He was terrific on a number of topics including tv/film portrayals of the FBI, the extensive training agents go through, how complicated cases can get, and a great story about a suspect slipped up and got caught.
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