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FBI Big-Case Interviews Soon on Web


The National Law Enforcement Museum isn’t scheduled to open for another four years. But it doesn’t need a bricks-and-mortar building to provide access to interviews of FBI agents about big cases on which they’ve worked.

Surprisingly candid interview transcripts will be posted by the end of 2008 on the museum’s Web site, reports the Washington Post. Subjects discussed include the Watergate investigation, Cold War counterespionage and the Ku Klux Klan.

The site will serve as the official repository for the Society of Former Special Agents of the FBI, whose Web site also discusses the oral history project.

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