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Thomas V. Fuentes

Assistant Director

Federal Bureau of Investigation

HQ Phone:  (202) 324-3000

Direct Phone: (317) ***-****direct phone

Email: t***@***.gov

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Federal Bureau of Investigation

935 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW

Washington, D.C., District of Columbia,20535

United States

Company Description

As an intelligence-driven and a threat-focused national security organization with both intelligence and law enforcement responsibilities, the mission of the FBI is to protect and defend the United States against terrorist and foreign intelligence threats, to ...more

Background Information

Employment History

Law Enforcement Analyst

CNN


Affiliations

Crime Stoppers

Board Member


Interpol

Member of Executive Committee


International Cybercrime Squad

Founder


FBI/Ministry

Founder


OC Gop

Chairman Emeritus


Education

Bachelor of Arts degree

Economics , Business Administration and Public Service

Governors State University


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Media | The Gannon Knight | Gannon University's student-produced newspaper since 1946

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Tom Fuentes was the guest speaker and is a former FBI assistant director,...


The Petraeus affair: A lot more than sex

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But former FBI assistant director Tom Fuentes told CNN on Monday that if, as the investigation progresses, the FBI is not "uncovering criminal activity" or a "breach of security" then "there really isn't a need" to notify members of Congress.
The FBI has "very strict protocols" about who should be notified in this type of investigation, Fuentes said.


More than 400 officers searching for N.Y. prison escapees - Financial News USA

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Where are we going to walk to - this small, rural area?' " said CNN law enforcement analyst Tom Fuentes, a former FBI assistant director.
"It's going to be hard to hide day or night for very long, and they wouldn't have been prepared to deal with the elements." They'd have to find food, water and money, while also trying to get their hands on weapons or a vehicle. "That would put every family in that rural (area) in extreme danger," Fuentes said.


AFIO Weekly Intelligence Notes

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Thomas V. Fuentes, who headed the FBI's Office of International Operations from 2004 until his retirement in November 2008, calls the ILP "a complete waste of money."
"But it looks great, looks really terrific," he scoffs. Fuentes, echoing views commonly held by current and former FBI and CIA officials, ticks off the limitations of New York's overseas police intelligence operatives. "They're not a member of the country team, they don't have the top secret clearances and equipment to receive or send classified information. The countries they're in, they're there on tourist passports. They live in hotels or apartments. Their out-of-channels status makes them virtually useless to other intelligence or police agencies, both U.S. and foreign, Fuentes argues. If one of those agencies "wants to pass along sensitive or classified information that pertains to the safety of New York City, they can't give it to one of these guys," he said. The NYPD hogged the spotlight again there the next year, with more negative consequences, Fuentes says. Moments after the 2005 London subway bombings, "several New York police officers ran into the tunnel and showed their badges" as if they had official approval to participate in the investigation, Fuentes said. The British, famously secretive about their investigations, were furious, Fuentes said. "They were going to kick everybody out, including the FBI. The American ambassador is calling the FBI - 'What's the story? Who are these guys? Are they with you?' 'No, they're independent.'" Scotland Yard, Special Branch and other British officials, albeit furious, Fuentes said, held their tongues, because "they didn't want to create a diplomatic incident with Kelly and Bloomberg and New York City."


Recordings Reveal FBI Gave Man a Rifle, Urged Him to Carry Out Mass Shooting to 'Defend Islam'

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Former FBI assistant director Thomas Fuentes actually reveals the answer as he defends the tactics used by the FBI to set up poverty-stricken men by offering them large sums of money and weapons to commit crimes.
After he defended the FBI's role in bribing poor, mentally diminished people to get them to commit crimes, he let out a bombshell statement, confirming what many of us already know. "If you're submitting budget proposals for a law enforcement agency, for an intelligence agency, you're not going to submit the proposal that 'We won the war on terror and everything's great,' cause the first thing that's gonna happen is your budget's gonna be cut in half," states Fuentes.


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