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William Hedgcock Webster (born March 6, 1924) is currently Chairman, Homeland Security Advisory Council. Previously Webster was the Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) from 1978 to 1987 and Director of Central Intelligence from 1987 to 1991. He was a former federal judge who ascended to the CIA after his successful coups against the New York mafia families while director of the FBI under President Jimmy Carter. Judge Webster is the only American to serve as both Director of Central Intelligence and Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation.

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Reuters' Jim Bourg ... sports correspondent Armen Keteyian is 65 ... former FBI and CIA director William Webster is 94 ... former Sen. Kit Bond (R-Mo.) is 79 ... Pablo Chavez, general manager of Microsoft U.S. policy and LinkedIn global policy (h/t Mistique Cano) ... Blake Gottesman, principal at Berkshire ...
Today's Birthday (03/06/18). Study, explore and discover this year. Community bonds and ties support you to pursue lucrative possibilities. Family expansion and fun this summer lead to planning and recharge phase before energized work and health. Winter brings family and team expansion. Amplify what ...

That time a CIA director told a mustache joke at Bohemian Grove ... But as a speech uncovered in the Central Intelligence Agency's archives shows, for one newly-minted CIA director it was simply a venue for a few jokey anecdotes and ... For William Webster, this wasn't his first New World Order rodeo.
This year's event included a panel discussion, moderated by current Principal Deputy Director of National Intelligence (PDDNI) Sue Gordon, with four previous directors of the CIA: William Webster, Porter Goss, Mike Hayden and John Brennan. The entire discussion is worth watching or listening to, and is ...
President Donald Trump was conspicuously absent from the installation ceremony of his handpicked new FBI director Thursday because the bureau is involved in the special counsel investigation into whether Trump associates colluded with Russia to influence the 2016 election, a White House official said ...
When President Donald Trump fired FBI Director James Comey on May 9, he ended the shortest tenure for a recent FBI director. No FBI director since J. Edgar Hoover served less than four years until Comey's tenure ended far short of his 10-year term. He was also just the second FBI Director ever fired by a ...

WW, Sanborn told WIRED in 2005, refers to William Webster, director of the CIA at the time of the sculpture's completion. Sanborn was forced to provide Webster with the solution to the puzzle to reassure the CIA that it wasn't something that would embarrass the agency. The third message is a take on a ...
... to appoint an FBI director under the new congressionally mandated limit of a 10-year term, he chose a respected Republican federal judge, William Webster. ... The FBI may no longer recruit so many of its agents from Fordham and St. John's and Holy Cross, but unlike the CIA, which has always been heavy with Ivy ...
Former CIA Director Adm. Stansfield Turner speaks during a Senate Governmental Affairs hearing on the 9/11 Commission report August 16, 2004 on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C. Former FBI Director William Webster, former CIA directors Stansfield Turner and James Woolsey spoke to the committee on ...
CRAIG Gralley spent more than 30 years at the CIA, where he worked as a chief speechwriter for three agency directors: William Webster, Robert Gates, and R James Woolsey Jr. When Gralley retired from Langley in 2013, he began writing in the voice of someone quite different: legendary World War II spy ...
That time a CIA director told a mustache joke at Bohemian Grove ... But as a speech uncovered in the Central Intelligence Agency's archives shows, for one newly-minted CIA director it was simply a venue for a few jokey anecdotes and ... For William Webster, this wasn't his first New World Order rodeo.
This year's event included a panel discussion, moderated by current Principal Deputy Director of National Intelligence (PDDNI) Sue Gordon, with four previous directors of the CIA: William Webster, Porter Goss, Mike Hayden and John Brennan. The entire discussion is worth watching or listening to, and is ...
President Donald Trump was conspicuously absent from the installation ceremony of his handpicked new FBI director Thursday because the bureau is involved in the special counsel investigation into whether Trump associates colluded with Russia to influence the 2016 election, a White House official said ...
FBI Director William Webster and CIA Director Stansfield Turner were coming along with Col. Urich Wegner, a West German commando leader who had freed 86 passengers from a skyjacked plane. The guest list included Helen Hayes, Lowell Thomas, Ed Asner, Col. Harland Sanders, Gen. Jimmy Doolittle ...
(Rappahannock County is home, or second home, to scores of luminaries from the worlds of government and journalism—people like former FBI director William Webster and former CIA director Stansfield Turner, former Senators Tim Wirth and Bennett Johnson, PBS senior reporter Margaret Warner and ...
For William Webster, this wasn't his first New World Order rodeo. He had attended the event previously, likely in his capacity as director of the ...

... director of US Secret Service Lewis Merletti, former CIA director General Michael Hayden, and Judge William Webster, former FBI director.
William Webster, a judge with the Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals, served as head ... a decade and then as chief of the CIA for four more years from 1978-1991, ...
... Director of National Intelligence (PDDNI) Sue Gordon, with four previous directors of the CIA: William Webster, Porter Goss, Mike Hayden and ...
... Director of National Intelligence (PDDNI) Sue Gordon, with four previous directors of the CIA: William Webster, Porter Goss, Mike Hayden and ...
William Webster, its non-executive chairman, is the only person to have been director of both the FBI and the CIA. Mr Webster, 93, is now ...
... do,” said former FBI Director William Webster, who, still spry at the age of 93, ... Advisory Council and a former federal judge and CIA director.
... do,” said former FBI Director William Webster, who, still spry at the age of 93, ... Advisory Council and a former federal judge and CIA director.
As part of America's intelligence community, the CIA collects information about foreign governments, organized crime and terrorist groups.
After Webster left for the CIA, the FBI was run by Acting Director John E. Otto until November 2, 1987 when William S. Sessions took over.
Former director of the FBI and CIA, Judge William Webster addressed inaugural meeting of the Civilian Review Panel on Monday, March 20 ...
During the investigation, FBI Director William Webster said that Reagan ... into the leaking of the identity of CIA agent Valerie Plame in 2003.
The above boils down to the internal handling of a request for then CIA chief William Webster to face off with famous ex-CIA agent and ...
Former CIA, FBI Director Speaks at UVA Frank Batten School ... A former director of the CIA and FBI spoke at the University of Virginia Friday.
As part of America's intelligence community, the CIA collects ... Porter Goss is the first "D/CIA" after the reorganization. ... William Webster
Brennan, Hayden, Pompeo e Porter al seminario sulla Cia alla ... Porter Goss (direttore dal 2004 al 2006) e William Webster (direttore dal 1987 ...
Gordon was serving as moderator for a panel of four former CIA directors, Hayden, Porter Goss, William Webster and the most recent ...
Colin Powell; Energy Secretary James Watkins; CIA director William Webster; Undersecretary for Political Affairs Robert Kimmitt; Bush; Defense ...
Colin Powell; Energy Secretary James Watkins; CIA director William Webster; Undersecretary for Political Affairs Robert Kimmitt; Bush; Defense ...
... signed by then-FBI Director William Webster addressed “the unseen ... Other ideological beliefs, such as a deep seated opposition to CIA or ...
... House, Picciotto wrote a letter to then FBI director William Webster. ... the U.S. Government officials and C.I.A. who keep me under continuous ...
After Webster left for the CIA, the FBI was run by Acting Director John E. Otto until November 2, 1987 when William S. Sessions took over.
Former director of the FBI and CIA, Judge William Webster addressed inaugural meeting of the Civilian Review Panel on Monday, March 20 ...
During the investigation, FBI Director William Webster said that Reagan ... into the leaking of the identity of CIA agent Valerie Plame in 2003.
Judge William Webster, former FBI and CIA director and a retired 8th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals judge, was the keynote speaker.
Siri has nothing on William Webster's intuitive search engine, Alexandria, ... "black site" prisons where the CIA once tortured terrorism suspects.
The above boils down to the internal handling of a request for then CIA chief William Webster to face off with famous ex-CIA agent and ...
Former CIA, FBI Director Speaks at UVA Frank Batten School ... A former director of the CIA and FBI spoke at the University of Virginia Friday.
WW, Sanborn told WIRED in 2005, refers to William Webster, director of the CIA at the time of the sculpture's completion. Sanborn was forced to ...
Is This Normal? is a Slate series that attempts to determine which controversial Trump World behaviors are outrageously unprecedented, which are outrageous but within the realm of what others have gotten away with, and which shouldn't be considered ...
In a memo written to an unnamed Judge - who was almost certainly Judge William Webster, the then Director of the FBI who was often addressed by the honorific "Judge" - the Bureau responds to questions generated by an article in The New York Times ...
Today's birthdays: Former FBI and CIA director William Webster is 93. Former Federal Reserve chairman Alan Greenspan is 91.
Former FBI and CIA director William Webster is 93. Former Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan is 91. Former Soviet cosmonaut Valentina Tereshkova is 80.
1987 - US President Ronald Reagan nominated Federal Bureau of Investigation Director William Webster to be the new director of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA). The announcement came one day after Reagan withdrew the nomination of Deputy CIA ...


 

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