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Vermeer's The Concert

Friday, January 12, 2007

There's A New Sheriff in Town, He Goes by the Name of Buford T Justice, AKA, Warren T. Bamford !!

Bamford to lead Boston FBI

BOSTON A Massachusetts native has been picked to lead the F-B-I's Boston office.
The Boston Globe reports that Warren T. Bamford -- who has led the F-B-I's Los Angeles counter terrorism division since last March -- will take up new post in February.

Bamford is a 48-year-old native of Lowell who has worked as a sniper, hostage rescuer, anti terrorism specialist and gang task force leader in 21 years with the F-B-I.

Bamford says the search for fugitive mobster James "Whitey" Bulger will remain a priority for the Boston office. And he says he plans to work with local and state law enforcement against gang violence and international terrorism.

Bamford succeeds Kenneth Kaiser, who left last week after three and a half years in Boston to become assistant director of the F-B-I's inspection Division in Washington, D-C.

Bamford says it's "a pleasant surprise" to be coming back to New England. He's a big fan of the Patriots and the Red Sox.

Weekends in the National Guard give a military perspective.

Art Hostage comments:

I wish Warren T Bamford all the very best and remind him he has the good fortune to be the at the helm when finally the Vermeer and Whitey Bulger return to Boston, the later to face the music, the former to be honoured by music.

A pragmatic approach will, I am sure, see exciting, headline grabbing, sensational success and with it hopefully, a new day dawning over the much maligned Boston FBI field office.


The three FBI Amigos, Robert "Billboard Bob" Wittman, Geoff "Ned" Kelly and now, Warren "Buford T", T. Bamford have been hand reared, hand picked, to recover the Gardner Art and collar Whitey Bulger.

Classic Buford T Justice line to his son Junior:

"Junior,I cannot believe you came from my loins" "Sun bitch"

"Let the tournament begin"!!!!
Democratic funding cuts start to affect FBI comfort zone !!

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