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Behind the scenes of major case investigations.

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Experts examine a bomb left by robbers on a teller's counter.
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Brothers' greed causes them to abandon all respect for human life.
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Agents try to arrest two suspects responsible for a Miami crime wave, precipitating one of the bloodiest firefights in FBI history.
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A car bomb kills former Chilean Ambassador Orlando Letelier.
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A member of the El Rukn gang agrees to cooperate with law enforcement as part of a plea bargain.
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Kidnappers posing as FBI agents take a teenager from her home.
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The Unabomber eluded the FBI for 18 years until agents received a tip from Ted Kaczynski's brother, David.
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FBI labs enable investigators and agents to identify a victim and establish what her activities were before she died.
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When a boy and his mother were abducted by a drug cartel, agents worked in the field to penetrate the secretive drug underworld.
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When the World Trade Center parking garage explosion resulted in six deaths, the FBI traced the bombers' vehicle to a U-Haul dealership.
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Puerto Rican terror group Los Macheteros seeks by violence to end U.S. rule.
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Investigative techniques and innovations used by the FBI.
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After surviving an attack, a victim helps the FBI close a six-month investigation into the abductions, rapes and murders of 10 Florida women.
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Vincent "Chin" Gigante, the alleged Genovese crime boss, was brought to justice in spite of his eccentric behavior, such as roaming Greenwich Village in his pajamas and slippers.
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Investigation of the murder of three civil rights workers in 1964 Mississippi leads to the Ku Klux Klan.
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A killer's cleanliness leaves evidence of his participation in the sexual assaults and murders of a woman and her two daughters.
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How the FBI used forensic evidence to confirm the presence of a suspect in the bedroom of 1993 kidnapping victim Polly Klaas.
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A bank robbery provides clues to a home break-in and shooting.
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Two masked bandits rob armored-car couriers at Las Vegas casinos.
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Agents link a string of bank robberies in Texas to similar heists in California.
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A nocturnal killer preys on senior citizens in 1997 Louisiana.

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