FBI criminal cases and counterterrorism report [US DOJ]

The External Effects of the Federal Bureau of Investigation's Reprioritization Efforts, US Department of Justice, September 2005 [report documenting that the number of criminal investigations conducted by the FBI has almost been cut in half since 2000, due to the fact that the bureau made fighting terrorism its top priority after September 11]. Read the full text of the report here [PDF]. Reported in JURIST's Paper Chase here.

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