FBI agents Todd Irinaga, left, and George Piro, seen in Baghdad in 2004, interrogated Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein. Piro previously worked for the Ceres Police Department and now will lead hundreds of FBI agents in Miami.
FBI agents Todd Irinaga, left, and George Piro, seen in Baghdad in 2004, interrogated Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein. Piro previously worked for the Ceres Police Department and now will lead hundreds of FBI agents in Miami. Courtesy of George Piro
FBI agents Todd Irinaga, left, and George Piro, seen in Baghdad in 2004, interrogated Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein. Piro previously worked for the Ceres Police Department and now will lead hundreds of FBI agents in Miami. Courtesy of George Piro

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