FBI Director J Edgar Hoover talks about youth criminal activity, Bureau statistics, and flaws in the parole system.
Washington DC USA Date:1936 Duration:2 min 44 sec Sound:Yes
First Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) of United States, John Edgar Hoover delivers a speech in Washington DC. He talks about raids against the underworld by the Bureau. He states the use of training, hard work, courses and cooperation with local law enforcement agencies as the means to successful crime solving. He states statistics of FBI Agents and shoot to kill incidences. The attendees applaud. He lays emphasis on the Bureau's methods and youth criminal statistics. He talks about the need to eradicate flaws in the parole system that turn criminals loose.
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