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Osama Bin Laden World Trade Center
3,451 wordsPreceding the terrible events on September 11 th, 2001, the American Secret Services have made many mistakes in regard to the possibility of preventing 9 - 11. The Secret Services, mainly the CIA and the FBI, have made a great lot of mistakes. After an initial meeting in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, where eight terrorists met, the CIA (Central Intelligence Agency) let go of them after their meeting, assuming it was unimportant. After the attack on the USS Cole in 2000 they changed their minds, now co...
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World Trade Center Al Qaeda
3,393 words... knew three weeks before 9 - 11 that two hijackers, Nawaf al-Hazmi and Khalid al-Mihdhar, who were involved in the bombing of the USS Cole in November 2000, were in the United States. Although their names were listed in a watchlist of potential terrorists, which contained names of people for which the entry to the US is forbidden because of their terrorist connections, al-Hazmi and al-Mihdhar were not stopped at their entry into the US neither were they arrested later. Although the CIA knew t...
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Organizational Behavior Fbi Agent
1,504 wordsMovie: The Firm Sydney Pollacks film The Firm is a drama based on an desire to escape from the law firm (Berndini, Lambert, and Lock) from which he was hired. The relatively small but wealthy firm wines and dines the ambitious Harvard Law Graduates (played by Tom Cruise) with money and gifts in order to make him part of their team. Overwhelmed by the gracious treatment and substantial offer Mitch Mc Deere takes the offer to be part of the Firm. The firm gets them caught up in a affluent lifestyl...
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Jack The Ripper Adolf Hitler
1,459 wordsWe are all part monsters in our subconscious; thats why we have laws and religion. These are the words of David Campiti in the book Forbidden Planet. Little did Campiti know, but this simple phrase would go on to be the holy grail to many specialists in a particular area of law known as forensic psychology, more commonly called criminal profiling. Criminal profiling, which is used to come up with the background, possible interests, and characterization of suspects believed to be responsible in s...
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Johnny Depp Fbi Agent
633 wordsWhen I was first assigned to see Donnie Brasco I instantly had an image of another ruff and intense mobster movie. It has been a while since Hollywood has attempted to do a mob related movie until now. Donnie Brasco was released last Friday. This movie stars Al Pacino and Johnny Depp. The movie is based on a true story about Joe Pistone and FBI agent who infiltrated the New York mob ring. Johnny Depp takes the role of Pistone a. k. a. Donnie Brasco. Donnie meets Lefty, played by Pacino. Lefty is...
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Silence Of The Lambs Hannibal Lecter
959 wordsHannibal, released in 2001, is part three of the Hannibal Lecter trilogy. Edited by Pietro Scalia and directed by Ridley Scott, also known for ground-breaking films such as Alien, Blade Runner, and Gladiator, Hannibal stars Anthony Hopkins as the criminally-insane Dr. Lecter. The movie also stars Julianne Moore as FBI agent Clarice Starling, Ray Liotta as Justice Dept. official Paul Krendler, Giancarlo Giannini as Italian cop Rinaldo Pazzi, and Gary Oldman as Mason Verger, to name a few. It was ...
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Hannibal Lecter Clarice Starling
1,200 wordsHannibal, written by Thomas Harris, is a combination of a thriller and a mystery. From the first word that is read in this novel, until the last one, the suspense of Hannibal Lecter's next victim or phrase is very entertaining. This book entails the struggle for a man to find true love, although he is fully deranged in every other aspect of his lifestyle. Fast cars, expensive wines, and fancy foods are what Dr. Lecter posts. However, all he wants is the returned love from the only woman who neve...
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Makes The Reader Make The Reader
1,430 wordsOne book I could and have read many times over is Hannibal by the highly acclaimed thriller writer Thomas Harris. This book is a stylish, smart journey through the two relationships between Hannibal Lecter and his counterparts Mason Verger and Clarice Starling, its style of writing such that it makes it very difficult to put down, I speak from personal experience having read the 103 chapter book in a space of a few days, it was extremely gripping and exiting. One of the thing that most struck me...
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