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But as detailed below, his proved to be a highly controversial tenure as Bureau Director, especially in its later years.
After Hoover's death, the Congress passed legislation that limited the tenure of future FBI Directors to ten years.
Early homicide investigations of the new agency included the Osage Indian murders.
During the "War on Crime" of the 1930s, FBI agents apprehended or killed a number of notorious criminals who carried out kidnappings, robberies, and murders throughout the nation, including John Dillinger, "Baby Face" Nelson, Kate "Ma" Barker, Alvin "Creepy" Karpis, and George "Machine Gun" Kelly.
The Justice Department had been tasked with the regulation of interstate commerce since 1887, though it lacked the staff to do so.
It had made little effort to relieve its staff shortage until the Oregon land fraud scandal at the turn of the 20th Century.
Its name was changed to the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) in 1935. The 1901 assassination of President William Mc Kinley created a perception that America was under threat from anarchists.
The Departments of Justice and Labor had been keeping records on anarchists for years, but President Theodore Roosevelt wanted more power to monitor them.
On February 19, 1942, President Franklin Roosevelt issued Executive Order 9066, authorizing the removal of Japanese Americans from the West Coast.Hoover began using wiretapping in the 1920s during Prohibition to arrest bootleggers. United States, in which a bootlegger was caught through telephone tapping, the United States Supreme Court ruled that FBI wiretaps did not violate the Fourth Amendment as unlawful search and seizure, as long as the FBI did not break into a person's home to complete the tapping. United States overturned the 1927 case that had allowed bugging, Congress passed the Omnibus Crime Control Act, allowing public authorities to tap telephones during investigations, as long as they obtained warrants beforehand.Beginning in the 1940s and continuing into the 1970s, the bureau investigated cases of espionage against the United States and its allies.In 1939, the Bureau began compiling a custodial detention list with the names of those who would be taken into custody in the event of war with Axis nations.The majority of the names on the list belonged to Issei community leaders, as the FBI investigation built on an existing Naval Intelligence index that had focused on Japanese Americans in Hawaii and the West Coast, but many German and Italian nationals also found their way onto the secret list.