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 How are criminals treated in FBI?

Answer US bureaucracy has a paranoia about one person or group being in charge of more than one thing. So, all decisions and appointments must be approved by two or three different groups or individuals b... Read More »
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90's police show where police use cars and money they confiscate from criminals All undercover police drive nice cars taken from criminals?

for family feud: sweating, grip armrest, shaking, close their eyes, throw up
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When was DNA first used to convict criminals?

The first time DNA was used in a courtroom to convict a criminal was in 1987. It was used to prove that a Florida teenager was guilty of sexual battery.Source:More About DNA and Criminal Cases
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Are the CIA criminals and terrorists?

no, they're good guys and a secret organization
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Why are smokers treated like second class citizens and also treated like children that need to be told off?

Yep, smoking is bad for you, got it. But for all the people screaming about smokers are you aware that car exhaust damages lungs also, as well as causes neurological damage, pollutes the ground wa... Read More »
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