DOJ report details shift in FBI priorities after 9/11

The Justice Department released a report Monday from the Inspector General's office providing the first detailed account of the allocation of FBI resources following the September 11 terrorist attacks.

The report generally shows the FBI's movement of resources toward anti-terrorism efforts, while cutting back on drug enforcement and the prosecution of organized crime and white-collar crime. AP has more. Read the full DOJ report.[PDF]

 

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