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Jenkins 1 Robert W. Jenkins Professor Jones English 102.009 10 October 2006 Rights given to FBI agents are always good As an FBI investigator James Bovard’s argument is not only absurd, but also very biased. Bovard shows little support to back up the many claims he makes about the corruption of the FBI. He stretches the truth to extreme lengths in hopes that he might trick his readers into believing the article. Bovard seems very cocky and sure of himself in his argument. One can only seem to think that Bovard believes in his argument so much, that he is blind to any other explanations for the reasons the FBI does what it does. Bovard fails to look at the fact that the world is not perfect. One must sometimes take extreme measures to catch certain organized criminal organizations. If everything were followed by the book, then there would be numerous crime organizations and a lot more violence. A major example of this is when Bovard mentions in his article “King’s
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