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December 23, 1993 | RONALD J. OSTROW, TIMES STAFF WRITER
For FBI Director Louis J. Freeh and Assistant Treasury Secretary Ronald K. Noble, the law enforcement trip to Sicily and Bonn had the trappings of a homecoming--albeit a bittersweet one. Freeh, whose maternal grandparents emigrated to America from Italy, issued a near call-to-arms against the Mafia last week in a historic Palermo chapel.
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December 23, 1993 | RONALD J. OSTROW, TIMES STAFF WRITER
For FBI Director Louis J. Freeh and Assistant Treasury Secretary Ronald K. Noble, the law enforcement trip to Sicily and Bonn had the trappings of a homecoming--albeit a bittersweet one. Freeh, whose maternal grandparents emigrated to America from Italy, issued a near call-to-arms against the Mafia last week in a historic Palermo chapel.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 12, 1993
The Los Angeles Police Commission on Tuesday approved the absence of Police Chief Willie L. Williams on May 17 to attend a Washington meeting of the panel appointed to help in the investigation of the bloody federal raid on the Branch Davidian compound near Waco, Tex. Williams and two others--former Watergate special prosecutor Henry Ruth and USC journalism professor Edwin O.
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January 17, 2002 | Associated Press
Interpol's secretary-general said Wednesday that he thanked Cuba for condemning the Sept. 11 terror attacks and would help connect the country to a global police network battling international terrorism and other crime. "There cannot be any countries in the world that do not participate in the fight against terrorism," said Ronald K. Noble, an American who heads the international police agency based in France.
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March 5, 1995 | From a Times Staff Writer
A Clinton Administration official, in a highly unusual step, has attacked the National Rifle Assn. for vilifying government agents as part of the group's campaign to overturn laws that restrict the availability of firearms. In a letter released Saturday, Treasury Undersecretary Ronald K.
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July 17, 2003 | From Associated Press
From knockoffs of designer Kate Spade handbags to pirated DVDs, Al Qaeda and other terrorist groups increasingly are turning to counterfeit goods to fund their operations, lawmakers were told Wednesday. The global trade in counterfeit goods is estimated at $400 billion to $450 billion a year, said Ronald K. Noble, secretary general of Interpol, the organization that coordinates information among law enforcement agencies in 181 countries.
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July 18, 1995 | JOHN MINTZ, THE WASHINGTON POST
Treasury Secretary Robert E. Rubin on Monday announced a major internal investigation of law enforcement participation in the racist "Good Ol' Boys Roundups" in rural Tennessee, and officials acknowledged that the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms was not the only federal agency whose personnel attended the gatherings.
NEWS
May 2, 2001 | ROBERT L. JACKSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Speculation ran high Tuesday on who would replace Louis J. Freeh as FBI director, one of the most prestigious posts in government and one that carries a 10-year term to shield it from political pressures. Though names of a possible successor to Freeh began to surface immediately, the search for a replacement was in a very preliminary stage, given the suddenness of Freeh's decision to leave the job.
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August 14, 1993 | PIERRE THOMAS, THE WASHINGTON POST
The Treasury Department's top law enforcement officer has told federal firearms administrators that a probe into their Feb. 28 raid on the Branch Davidian compound in Waco, Tex., has uncovered serious errors in judgment and said that some officials knowingly made misleading statements about the raid to superiors and the media. Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms sources said it appears that there will be an overhaul of the leadership at the agency.
NEWS
April 28, 1995 | MICHAEL ROSS and JANET HOOK, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
Appealing for support for President Clinton's counterterrorism proposals, FBI Director Louis J. Freeh and other senior officials told Congress on Thursday that current laws inhibit them from monitoring a broad range of terrorist threats, including the danger posed by the growth of well-armed, far-right militias.
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January 11, 1996 | From The Times Washington Bureau and political staff
DOLE-POWELL: Republican presidential hopeful Sen. Bob Dole of Kansas still hopes to persuade retired Gen. Colin L. Powell to take the vice presidential spot on the ticket, and Dole's camp appears to be floating the idea of a deal that would give Powell authority over foreign and defense policy.
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