What I am telling you is that there is an absolute misperception if there is a notion that we have a culture where information is not sharedFormer FBI director defends tenure Oct 08, 2002
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Louis Joseph Freeh (born January 6, 1950) was the 10th Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, serving from September 1993 to June 2001.
Freeh began his career as an agent of the FBI, and was later an assistant United States Attorney and a United States district court judge, the position he held when appointed FBI director. He is now a lawyer and consultant in the private sector.