Retired agent Geoff Doyle served 20 years with the FBI. He joined the Bureau after 8 and a half years in the military. Early in his career, Geoff worked a variety of assignments in the Richmond and New York Divisions, including SWAT, bank robberies and investigating Italian organized crime. He was later assigned to a squad specifically established to combat the increase in Chinese organized crime. He was eventually promoted to be the supervisor of the squad, which began to focus primarily on investigating the trafficking of heroin and cocaine from South East Asia into the United States. In this episode of FBI Retired Case File Review, Geoff is interviewed about working as the case agent of Operation Whitemare, the international FBI investigation that resulted in the largest heroin bust and seizure in U.S. history and identified and disrupted major international Chinese drug networks. Post retirement, Geoff owns and operates, Doyle Carden Group LLC, an investigative and anti-money laundering consulting firm.
Supervisory Special Agent (Retired)
4/2/1979 – 4/1/1999
The following are links to newspaper articles about Geoff Doyle’s case Operation Whitemare, the international FBI investigation that resulted in what is still the largest seizure of heroin in U.S. history:
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