Sep 7, 2022
Retired agent Oliver “Buck” Revell reviews the FBI Dallas Division's investigation into allegations of dirty tricks made during the 1992 presidential campaign primary involving the campaigns of President George H. W. Bush and candidate Ross Perot. He also discusses the important but precarious role of the FBI when investigating criminal matters with serious political implications.
Buck Revell served in the FBI for 30 years. During his career, he assumed many leadership roles, culminating with his promotion to Associate Deputy Director in Charge of Investigations and Special Agent in Charge of the Dallas Field Office.
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