Dec 13, 2018
Retired agent Eugene Casey served 21 years with the FBI. As a special agent, he used skills acquired from his prior employment as a compliance officer on Wall Street to work white collar crime matters in the FBI. In this episode of FBI Retired Case File Review, Eugene Casey reviews Operation Utah Powder, a Colombian drug money laundering investigation that resulted in numerous international convictions and for which he received a distinguished service medal from the Salt Lake City Police Department. Later in his career, Eugene Casey received an award from the Department of Justice for spearheading the Salt Lake Olympic Bribery investigation. Upon being transferred to the New York Office, he supervised the money laundering squad and, ironically, a case that had spun off from Operation Utah Powder resulting in additional indictments and extraditions from Colombia. He also served as the supervisor of the Joint Task Force on Terrorist Finance in Saudi Arabia and was the Unit Chief for the Eurasian Organized Crime Unit of the Criminal Investigative Division, as well as the Assistant Legal Attaché (ALAT) for the FBI in Paris, France. His last Bureau assignment before retiring was as an instructor at the FBI Academy in Quantico, Virginia teaching Interviewing and interrogation skills.
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