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What We Investigate
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On February 2, 1980, the world learned of our high-level investigation into public corruption and organized crime, infamously code-named ABSCAM.
Named after the curly wigs worn by British judges, Operation Greylord rooted out corruption in the Cook County, Illinois courts in the 1980s.
It's the largest and most successful investigation of defense procurement fraud in U.S. history.
A landmark public corruption investigation in Tennessee leads to numerous convictions and new state laws.
A burglary at a D.C. hotel in 1972 leads to a massive public corruption investigation and the President’s resignation.
A sitting member of the U.S. Congress from Louisiana is convicted of taking bribes.
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