Former FBI Assistant Director for Counterintelligence and MSNBC’s National Security Analyst Frank Figliuzzi joins the People Before Politics Radio Crew, Sunday, February 21st to discuss The FBI and the Black Panthers – Then and Now and his new book THE FBI WAY: Inside the Bureau’s Code of Excellence.
Mr. Figliuzzi who served 25 years as a Special Agent, shares with AJ, Lorrain and Dr. Bob, that the new movie Judas and the Black Messiah is about far more than an historical event – “it’s about real-time issues in America right now.” In the interview he elaborates on that, white supremacy in law enforcement, intelligence agencies under the Trump Administration, how the Black Panthers were viewed by the FBI as a threat and not the insurgents who invaded the United States Capitol and much more, (see the full interview below).
Cesare Frank Figliuzzi, Jr. – born in Port Chester, NY on September 12, 1962 – is the former assistant director for counterintelligence at the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Figliuzzi was previously the special agent in charge of the FBI’s Cleveland Division, which includes all of northern Ohio, and the major cities of Cleveland, Toledo, Youngstown, Akron, and Canton. Following his FBI service, Figliuzzi joined General Electric and served for five years as assistant chief security officer for investigations, insider threat, workplace violence prevention, and special event security for GE’s 300,000 employees in 180 countries. In his current role as a respected National Security Analyst, Frank appears weekly on live television for NBC and MSNBC news.
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