Fed's Pilot investigation could be lengthy
Knoxville News Sentinel
April 18, 2013
Federal criminal investigations like the one that led to Monday’s raid on the Pilot Flying J headquarters in West Knoxville often involve complicated financial matters that can sometimes take years to untangle, experts say. “It’s just a big octopus,” said Jim Deater, a former investigator who is now the law enforcement education coordinator at American Military University in Charles Town, W.Va. “Those types of cases are probably the hardest cases to investigate in that they are just very complex.”
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