June 1992
New Yorker;6/8/92, Vol. 68 Issue 16, p31
Present a humorous account of a friend of the author's who was subjected to a thorough investigation by the Federal Bureau of Investigation after the FBI received an anonymous tip that she (Janet) committed some alleged wrongdoing. She was asked not to harass the agents who were harassing her; Invasion of privacy and financial records; More.


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