July 28, 2001 |
Rep. Gary A. Condit has been questioned for a fourth time by District of Columbia police detectives and FBI agents looking into the May 1 disappearance of Chandra Levy, the 24-year-old Modesto woman who was completing a federal internship in Washington. Police Sgt. Joe Gentile said Friday that the California Democrat met at his lawyer's office with investigators for about an hour Thursday evening, but Gentile would not disclose the substance of the interview.
November 19, 2000 |
Former Los Alamos National Laboratory scientist Wen Ho Lee, who was jailed for nine months after being accused of downloading nuclear secrets, has agreed to further FBI questioning under a modified plea agreement. Lee will undergo almost 13 more hours of questioning over two days. He had agreed to 10 days of questioning as part of an agreement in which he pleaded guilty in September to one count of mishandling nuclear secrets and was sentenced to time served. He had been charged with 59 counts.
November 3, 1999 |
In interviews with the FBI, fund-raiser John Huang said he was told President Clinton was surprised when Indonesian businessman James T. Riady told him of his plan to raise $1 million in political donations. Hundreds of thousands of dollars in donations to Democratic political committees followed the meeting between Riady and Clinton.
May 20, 1993 |
Fresh FBI interviews with suspects in an alleged assassination attempt against former President George Bush in Kuwait have led U.S. officials to give more credence to the possibility that such a plot existed and that the Iraqi government was behind it, U.S. government sources said Wednesday. The sources cautioned, however, that the FBI's investigation is far from over and that many interviews, as well as forensic tests, still must be completed.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 25, 1991 |
After reassuring a boisterous rally of about 3,000 supporters that he would not resign, Los Angeles Police Chief Daryl F. Gates told reporters Sunday he was "very upset" with FBI plans to interview officers from the division where four police officers are charged with beating motorist Rodney G. King.
February 3, 1991
The Muslim-American community should initiate a nationwide anti-terrorism information campaign to help identify terrorists before they act. These citizens would be making a powerful contribution to our security and an effective statement of their loyalty and support for the United States. The opportunity for this gesture is now. All Americans will be grateful, both now, and in the future for this humanitarian contribution. DONALD McWILLIAMS, Fullerton