Frmr. Chicagoan & FBI agent Steve Moore
Steve Moore was appointed an FBI Special Agent in 1983 at the age of 25. He served as a Special Agent and Supervisory Special Agent for 25 years, retiring in 2008.
Steve's early career was spent in covert operations against white supremacist organizations in northern Idaho and the northwest. Later, he led the investigations of many high-profile crimes in LA and was chosen to run the Los Angeles component of the 9/11 investigation and testified before the congressional "911 Commission."
In 2002, he was named head of Al Qaeda investigations for the Los Angeles FBI and within a year was tasked with creating and running a squad responsible for the investigation of all acts of terrorism against the U.S. in Asia and Pakistan. Steve received three DOJ awards for excellence in investigations, and was nominated for the FBI Director's "Outstanding Terrorism Investigation" award.
For more information on his book "Secret Agent Man" go to gmancasefile.com