Coleen Rowley is a former FBI special agent who was named one of Time Magazine’s 2002 Persons of the Year for her whistleblowing on pre-9/11 lapses in the FBI investigation of Zacarias Moussaoui. She testified to the Senate Judiciary Committee about some of the issues facing the FBI and the intelligence community. She eventually retired from the FBI and is currently committed to advocating for peace and civil liberties. Coleen said she joined the agency because she felt sstrongly about justice being served. “I told the truth about these lapses,” Rowley said.
He said the Department of Justice did everything it could to put him away, and he was being threatened by officials for not cooperating with their investigation.
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