FBI Director J Edgar Hoover talks about the need to prioritize social welfare over the criminal's wishes.
Washington DC USA Date:1936 Duration:2 min 21 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 the need to place the society's welfare and needs over the personal wishes of the criminal, and to change public thought about criminals and their treatment. He lays emphasis on sincerity, integrity, efficiency, education, and obedience to law. He ends his speech and the crowd applauds. Another official talks about the pledge. Standing ovation by the attendees.
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