The FBI has been under a cloud ever since the arrest of George Zimmerman in the summer of 2012. He got charged with the death of Trayvon Martin, a black teenager who was shot and killed by a white neighborhood watchman in Sanford, Florida. The charges were ultimately dropped after a grand jury declined to indict Zimmerman, who was acquitted for the death of the unarmed teenager. However, a separate investigation into Zimmerman’s activities as a neighborhood watch volunteer led to an FBI investigation into his activities.

All the media attention has generated a very heated debate about who is responsible for Martin’s death. It’s been argued that Zimmerman should be held accountable for the killing, and that the F.B.I. should be allowed to investigate who he was working for. It’s also been argued that Zimmerman is a victim of racial profiling, though some of the press has pointed out that Zimmerman was stopped and frisked by a cop who had to be told who he was looking for.

The F.B.I. itself has been accused of being the cause of the tensions. After all, if the only reason any cop stopped a black man was because he was black, then they’ve just made a big mistake. If the only reason any cop stopped a black man was because of a 911 call that didn’t match Zimmerman’s description, then they’ve probably just put the wrong guy on the street.

The incident is just the latest chapter in a long line of bad cop stories. According to The New York Daily News, an F.B.I. agent stopped a man because he was driving with a suspended license and was trying to get an erection. According to the Daily News, a cop stopped an African-American man because the man was “making a threat to kill an officer” and was also driving at high speeds. According to the Orlando Sentinel, an F.B.I.

officer was trying to protect the public from a black man who was making a “threatening phone call.” And who is the one who was driving so fast that he hit a cop? That’s the same guy who allegedly made threats to kill F.B.I. officers last week.

The F.B.I. officer is apparently the one that was driving so fast that he hit an officer, and the black man is supposedly the one who made threats to kill F.B.I. officers, so he must be an informant.

The suspect is a black man, so that means that he was an informant and an F.B.I. informant, which is basically the same thing. So the question is, who is the informant? The F.B.I. is the agency investigating the black man, because informants are criminals on the run, so it would make sense to him that he’s in the F.B.I.

That’s a good question that I have no answer for. In real life, informants are criminals who are trying to get off the street or off the grid, so they are usually white.

The fact is that our F.B.I. informants are just as much criminals as the criminal black man in the trailer above. So it makes sense that he is. The informant is not the criminal, he’s the F.B.I. agent assigned to find the black man. So the F.B.I. has a black man who is a suspect in a murder and they are trying to find out more about him.

It is quite possible that the black informant is the black man at the trailer above. In fact, he could be the black informant. It’s also possible that the black informant is the F.B.I. agent assigned to find the black man.