Case : 1
My friends x-girl friend starting dating an FBI agent , his name Anthony Spagnolett
Case : 2
To make a long story short , about 2 years ago another friend of mine was tipped by a friend, that he had his apartment wired by the FBI . My friend called the Allentown FBI office and talked to Agent George Crouch , my friend told him it was Anthony Spagnolett
The reason my friend in the second case never saw an attorney is because there is no way the FBI will ever admit having technology
The fbi is what needs to be reformed as in abolished ... fbi director robert mueller and the fbi , you are the most despicable
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