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  • SAN FRANCISCO - October 26, 2009 - Today Ubisoft officially launched the CSI: Deadly Intent (TM) Instant Win Investigation and Solve the Case Sweepstakes, a unique, immersive two-part online promotion that gives both casual and dedicated fans of the CSI: Crime Scene Investigation® television series a chance to experience what it is like to be a true CSI.

    DreamStation.cc

  • House Science Committee Wanted to Complete Investigation is the next entry in this blog.

    Tranquility Node to Colbert Treadmill - NASA Watch

  • Will Trent of the Georgia Bureau of Investigation is called in to figure out exactly what happened to the victim as well as a suspect who was injured in police custody.

    Writer Unboxed » Blog Archive » Take 5: Karin Slaughter

  • The Federal Bureau of Investigation is probing a computer-security breach targeting Citigroup Inc. that resulted in a theft of tens of millions of dollars by computer hackers who appear linked to a Russian cyber gang, according to government officials.

    POLITICAL HOT TOPICS: December 22, 2009

  • Federal Bureau of Investigation is now trying to determine if a Blakeslee man is really a decorated war veteran, or an imposter.

    Jeffrey Morgan MULLER aka Jeffrey Carhoota

  • Hungary's National Bureau of Investigation is conducting hearings and searching for witnesses on how the sludge reservoirs were maintained and how the sludge was treated, Ms. Pinter said.

    Deaths Toll Rises to Six in Hungary Toxic Mud Spill

  • Investigation is one thing, clear-cut proof of innocence or guilt is another … and all of you, even if you are not lawyers, know that people and countries are innocent until proven guilty.

    unreported words from elbaradei

  • Investigation is still going on and truth may come out soon. posted by 24/7 News Network @ 2: 58 PM

    Archive 2007-09-01

  • The Federal Bureau of Investigation is investigating the breach, the latest in a string of security-related embarrassments for the lab.

    Boing Boing: October 29, 2006 - November 4, 2006 Archives

  • And on page 2, Biddle adds "that the Department of Justice, and particularly the Federal Bureau of Investigation, is not staffed to undertake any evacuation on a large scale -- larger, in fact, than has already been undertaken."

    IsThatLegal?

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