Retired Supervisory Special Agent Kathy Lambert served 20 years with the FBI. Prior to joining the Bureau, Kathy had earned a Ph.D. in Political Science with a concentration in Counterterrorism. Her entire FBI career was focused on counter-terrorism investigations. In this episode of FBI Retired Case File Review, she is interviewed about supervising the Joint Terrorism Task Force (JTTF) in Philadelphia and South Jersey and working on several high-profiled cases, including the investigation and prosecution of the infamous homegrown terrorists known as Jihad Jane. Kathy reviews the Jihad Jane case, her TDY assignments around the world, and the importance of local, state and federal law enforcement partners working together to combat the threat of terrorism in the United States.
RETIRED SUPERVISORY SPECIAL AGENT
KATHRYN M. LAMBERT
11/26/1995 – 11/30/2015
Kathy’s counterterrorism cases include the investigation of a suspected terrorist living in Philadelphia and of the homegrown terrorist known as Jihad Jane. Articles related to these investigations are linked below:
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