An deep view into the FBI and its role in the Steele dossier and the aftermath   
Coleen Rowley is a former FBI special agent who was with the agency for 24 years. From 1990 to 2003, she was the Chief Division Counsel operating out of Minneapolis.  In May 2002, she blew the whistle and later testified before the Senate Judiciary about the FBI’s pre-911 failures to track and investigate Zacarias Moussoui, who has been identified as central to the 911 plot. She stepped down from her legal position with the Agency in 2004 after her unsuccessful issuance of warnings about the dangers of invading Iraq. In 2002, Coleen was selected by Time magazine as one of its 3 Person of the Year award. She ran for Congress to represent Minnesota’s 2nd District in 2006 with the Democratic Farmer-Labor Party, and was on the group of whistleblowers, along with Ray McGovern to travel to  Moscow to present the Sam Adams Award for integrity in intelligence to Edward Snowden.  Coleen received a law degree from the College of Law at the University of Iowa, and her articles appear on Huffington Post, Robert Parry's Consortium News, Anti-war blog and other independent commentary sources.  Her website is

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