Official Twitter Page of the FBI. Do not report tips here. Submit tips on terrorism or federal crimes at tips.fbi.gov. For emergencies, dial 911.
Myra Lewis was last seen near her home in Camden, Mississippi, on March 1, 2014. You can submit tips regarding her whereabouts by contacting your local FBI office or visiting http://tips.fbi.gov. #MissingChildrensDay #NeverStop http://ow.ly/ahSt50zO9SW
The director reaffirmed the FBI’s commitment to fighting terrorism and thanked our partners for their work in the fight. He also praised FBI personnel who have participated in the investigation, including those who successfully accessed the terrorist’s phones.
#ICYMI: Director Wray recently delivered remarks during a virtual press conference to announce updates in the investigation of the December 6, 2019, shooting at Naval Air Station Pensacola in Florida. http://ow.ly/8taM50zO6mD
Amina and Belel Kandil were last seen with their father on August 30, 2014, on a flight bound for Boryspil, Ukraine. If you have seen them, contact your local FBI office or the nearest U.S. Embassy or Consulate. #MissingChildrensDay #NeverStop http://ow.ly/f0dq50zO9Mf
Kaylah Hunter and Kristian Justice disappeared from Detroit, Michigan, in May 2014. If you have seen them, call your local FBI office or the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children at 1-800-843-5678. #MissingChildrensDay #NeverStop @MissingKids http://ow.ly/CWqj50zO9Lw
These star-crossed lovers were kidnappers, murderers, and thieves, who died while trying to flee from the police #OTD in 1934. Read more about the chase to apprehend them at http://ow.ly/OvKn50zO5FX.
She was a part-time waitress and an amateur poet. He was a small-time thief. She helped him escape from prison a few days after they met, and together, they became one of the most notorious couples in American history: Bonnie and Clyde. http://ow.ly/OvKn50zO5FX
Kyron Richard Horman was last seen at a science fair at Skyline Elementary School in Portland, Oregon, on June 4, 2010. You can submit tips regarding his whereabouts by calling @FBIPortland at 503-224-4181. #MissingChildrensDay #NeverStop http://ow.ly/oLnw50zO9Kj
Special Agent Kingman Wong’s career took him from coast to coast. He served at @FBISanFrancisco, @FBISanDiego, and @NewYorkFBI, where he oversaw special operations. Special Agent Wong also worked overseas as legal attaché in Ottawa and Hong Kong. #AAPIHM
Joanna Hernandez-Pacheco was last seen at the St. James Catholic Church on Oakland Park Avenue in Columbus, Ohio, on June 23, 2019. If you have a tip regarding her whereabouts, call @FBICincinnati at 614-849-1765. #MissingChildrensDay #NeverStop http://ow.ly/rsoW50zO9JO
Your responses are voluntary but would be useful in the federal investigation and to identify you as a potential victim. Based on the responses provided, you may be contacted by the FBI and asked to provide additional information. http://www.fbi.gov/ZoomCSAM
If you were exposed to child sexual abuse material during a Zoom meeting, please complete this brief questionnaire: https://forms.fbi.gov/seeking-victims-in-the-zoom-disruptions-investigation.
The FBI considers this activity to be a violent crime, as every time child sexual abuse material is viewed, the depicted child is re-victimized. Anyone who inadvertently sees child sexual abuse material depicted during a virtual event is potentially a victim as well.
During the last few months, the FBI has received more than 240 reports of incidents throughout the U.S. and in other countries in which a Zoom participant was able to broadcast a video depicting child sexual abuse material. https://www.fbi.gov/ZoomCSAM
The #COVID19 crisis has caused many organizations and schools to conduct virtual meetings/events, some of which are open to the public. Additionally, links to many of these virtual events are being shared online, resulting in a lack of vetting of approved participants.
RT @KathyFndzRundle: I thank @prdthailand @TheJusticeDept Office of International Affairs, @USMarshalsHQ, @INTERPOL_HQ & @FBI for all of th…
FBI agents joined law enforcement partners at the scene and then worked with the @NYPDnews to trace the SUV to Faisal Shahzad. To learn more about how law enforcement partnerships played a role in solving this case, visit http://ow.ly/GZzq50zNEee.
On May 1, 2010, multiple citizens reported seeing smoke coming from an SUV parked near 45th Street and Seventh Avenue in New York City. First responders searched the vehicle and found the two alarm clocks, as well as other components of a homemade bomb.
The FBI’s May #ArtifactoftheMonth is a pair of alarm clocks that were part of a car bomb that Faisal Shahzad planned to detonate in Times Square in 2010. Fortunately, the bomb never detonated, and the FBI helped catch Shahzad. http://ow.ly/GZzq50zNEee 📷 by Sarah Thompson/Newseum
Help @FBICincinnati find Madison Bell, who was last seen in Greenfield, Ohio, on May 17. The unidentified man in the photo might have info related to her disappearance. If you have a tip about this case, call 513-421-4310, or visit http://tips.fbi.gov. http://ow.ly/PrXI50zNMcI
RT @FBIHonolulu: May is #NationalPhotographyMonth! @FBIHonolulu understands how lucky we are to work and live on the islands! Check out the…
Arianna Fitts was last seen in Oakland, California, in February 2016 and was reported missing from San Francisco, California, in April 2016. Submit tips regarding her whereabouts at http://tips.fbi.gov. #MissingChildrensDay #NeverStop http://ow.ly/JZwE50zNFzQ
RT @MissingKids: It only takes one person to help bring home a missing child. In honor of National Missing Children’s Day, we launched a…
Dulce Maria Alavez was last seen at the Bridgeton City Park in New Jersey on September 16, 2019. You can upload photos or videos taken at the park that day to http://ow.ly/YqdR50zN7KA or call your local FBI office with tips. #MissingChildrensDay #NeverStop http://ow.ly/dJW850zN7In
If you have a tip regarding the whereabouts of a child you see on our map or in this thread, call 1-800-CALL-FBI (225-5324), or submit a tip at http://tips.fbi.gov. You can also contact your local FBI office. #MissingChildrensDay
As the FBI prepares to observe National #MissingChildrensDay on May 25, we reaffirm our commitment to finding missing children. You can help us by following this thread or by looking at our map of current missing children at http://ow.ly/naKF50zN6u6.
Earlier this year, FBI agents learned that a woman had spotted a missing American teenage girl in a rural village in Mexico. For 36 hours, the FBI worked diligently with local U.S. law enforcement and Mexican law enforcement to bring her home. http://ow.ly/naKF50zN6u6
RT @FBIBuffalo: On this gorgeous day, we are sharing photos taken by our own #FBI Buffalo photographer. We know #WNY is a special place to…
RT @TheJusticeDept: Presidential Task Force on Missing and Murdered American Indians and Alaska Natives to Resume Remote Listening Sessions…
A coalition of 60+ groups, including the @ACLU @DemandProgress @FreedomWorks & @hrw, has urged @SpeakerPelosi, @GOPLeader @RepMcGovern & @RepJerryNadler to state that the @FBI should not be allowed to spy on Americans’ online activity without a warrant: https://www.rollcall.com/2020/05/21/the-crucial-privacy-debate-happening-in-the-shadows-of-the-coronavirus/
#OTD in 1978, the FBI arrested two spies named Valdik Enger and Rudolf Chernyayev as part of the case. The spies were the first Soviet officials to stand trial for espionage in the U.S.
The Soviets knew him as Ed, a lieutenant commander in the U.S. Navy who sold U.S. secrets for cash, but his real name was Art Lindberg. He was in the Navy, but he wasn’t a traitor; he was a double agent at the center of a pivotal counterespionage case.
#OTD in 1978, the FBI arrested two spies named Valdik Enger and Rudolf Chernyayev as part of the case. The spies were the first Soviet officials to stand trial for espionage in the U.S.
The Soviets knew him as Ed, a lieutenant commander in the U.S. Navy who sold U.S. secrets for cash, but his real name was Art Lindberg. He was in the Navy, but he wasn’t a trader; he was a double agent at the center of a pivotal counterespionage case. http://ow.ly/OzGN50zLGHg
RT @FBI: If you are a victim of this crime or if you have information regarding the identity of an individual distributing or producing chi…
RT @FBI: You can help protect your virtual classroom or meeting from this violent crime by taking these steps: • Don’t share the link to a…
RT @FBI: Is your business or school using Zoom to conduct virtual meetings? The FBI warns that criminals might try to join your video chats…
Have you seen this man? Chaminda Palliyaguru is wanted for allegedly raping a ​child on March 7 in Ohio. He has ties to New Albany, O​hio, ​and Anaheim, C​alifornia. He ​often t​ravels to Sri Lanka. Submit tips to http://tips.fbi.gov. #WantedWednesday http://ow.ly/359950zLAQU
Groups urge Congress to block FBI from seeing Americans browsing history without a warrant. -Leaky corrupt @FBI has proven it cannot be trusted with America's most intimate secrets. https://www.businessinsider.com/groups-urge-congress-to-block-fbi-from-seeing-browsing-history-2020-5
Jeffrey Epstein accuser says Ghislaine Maxwell threatened her life, @FBI "failed" her https://www.cbsnews.com/video/jeffrey-epstein-accuser-says-ghislaine-maxwell-threatened-her-life-fbi-failed-her/
If you are a victim of this crime or if you have information regarding the identity of an individual distributing or producing child sexual abuse material, call 1-800-CALL-FBI (225-5324), or submit a tip at http://tips.fbi.gov.
You can help protect your virtual classroom or meeting from this violent crime by taking these steps: • Don’t share the link to a virtual classroom or a teleconference on social media. • Require meeting passwords. • Use waiting room features. • Manage screensharing options.
Is your business or school using Zoom to conduct virtual meetings? The FBI warns that criminals might try to join your video chats to post child sexual abuse material. http://ow.ly/IoWl50zLtUD
#DYK the #FBI has an Instagram account? Don't miss out on photos like this one of a student trying on gear during a past National Night Out event with @FBIPortland. Check us out at http://ow.ly/lHKH50yH7IM​.
#ICYMI: @FBIAtlanta partnered with @OIGatHHS and @MedicareGov fraud investigators from Florida, Georgia, and Louisiana to stop a youth football coach who stole millions from Medicaid by using children’s info to bill for fake services. http://ow.ly/xogl50zKG9n
Attorney General William P. Barr and FBI Director Christopher Wray Announce Significant Developments in the Investigation of the Naval Air Station Pensacola Shooting https://www.justice.gov/opa/pr/attorney-general-william-p-barr-and-fbi-director-christopher-wray-announce-significant @TheJusticeDept @FBIJacksonville
Read FBI Director Wray’s full press conference remarks here: https://www.fbi.gov/news/pressrel/press-releases/fbi-director-christopher-wrays-remarks-at-press-conference-regarding-naval-air-station-pensacola-shooting-investigation
Wray: We and our JTTF colleagues come in every day dedicated to preventing terrorism from any place, by any actor—and our work will never rest.
Wray: Finally, to the victims and their families, know that our work continues. Right now, we and our partners are exploiting the evidence from this investigation, pursuing the killer’s potential associates and the new evidence these devices can lead us to.
Wray: I want to end by also extending my and the FBI’s thanks to all our partners. Our partners are essential to everything we do, and this case has been a perfect example of that.
Wray: We at the FBI never forget that three brave members of our armed forces were killed in this attack. They were Airman Mohammed Sameh Haitham, Ensign Joshua Kaleb Watson, and Airman Cameron Scott Walters. They were serving our country. They died as heroes.
Wray: In this case, we and our partners aren’t the only ones who needed this information months ago. The victims – those who were wounded or lost loved ones that day – deserved to know then what happened.
Wray: Cybercrime, opioid trafficking, child sexual exploitation, you name it. Lack of lawful access affects every fight we’re in, and Americans need to understand that this isn’t just an issue for law enforcement.
Wray: Because the crucial evidence on the killer’s phones was kept from us, we did all that investigating not knowing what we do now: valuable intelligence about what to ask, what to look for. If we had, our round-the-clock, all-hands effort would have been a lot more productive.
Wray: In the weeks immediately following December 6, we conducted over 500 interviews of witnesses, base personnel, and the shooter’s friends, classmates, and associates—among many other efforts.
Wray: Finally getting our hands on the evidence al-Shamrani tried to keep from us it great. But we really needed it months ago, back in December, when the Court issued its warrants.
Wray: The delay getting into these devices didn’t just divert personnel from other important work, it also seriously hampered this investigation.
Wray: Unfortunately, the technique that we developed is not a fix for our broader Apple problem—it’s of pretty limited application. But it has made a huge difference in this investigation.
 
 
 
 
 
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