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FBI cases drop as it focuses on terror

FBI criminal cases have fallen sharply since the 9/11 terrorist attacks as the bureau shifts its focus from drugs and white-collar offenses to anti-terrorism, Justice Department statistics show. Over the past five years, prosecutions in which the FBI acted as lead investigator have fallen about 25%, from nearly 19,000 in fiscal 2001 to just more than 14,000 in fiscal 2005. Convictions in FBI cases are down roughly 11% during the same period, from about 13,500 to just more than 12,000. Full Story

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