FBI Supervisory Special Agent (SSA) Mark Hilts (L), chief of ...
Apr 20th, 2011
(Reuters) - FBI Supervisory Special Agent (SSA) Mark Hilts (L), chief of the Behavioral Analysis Unit (BAU) 2 - Crimes Against Adults, and SSA Susan Kossler of BAU 2 are pictured at their office in Quantico, Virginia April 1, 2011. For about two years now, agents with the Federal Bureau of Investigation's BAU have been consulting with their colleagues in New York who specialize in securities fraud detective work. The BAU agents are going over the case files put together by the FBI for Madoff and other convicted scammers. The hope is the BAU agents, whose work in profiling serial killers has been popularized in books, movies and on TV, can get into the minds' of fraudsters and see what makes them tick. To match Special Report PROFILING/WHITECOLLARCRIME Photo taken April 1, 2011. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW BUSINESS) -
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