FBI SPECIAL AGENT TED GUNDERSON, HIS FIGHT AGAINST CIA, PROJECT MONARCH, AND THE RITUAL SEXUAL ABUSE OF CHILDREN

Fighting Monarch

Ted Gunderson served as Special Agent for the FBI from 1951 to 1979. In 1960, he was promoted to supervisor at FBI Headquarters in Washington, DC, in charge of Organized Crime and Racketeering investigations covering twenty-six (26) field offices nationwide. Following the assassination of President Kennedy, he was re-assigned to Special Inquiry White House Matters at FBI Headquarters. In 1965 he was promoted to Assistant Special Agent-In-Charge of Internal Security and Anti-Terrorism of the New Haven, Connecticut, Field Office. In 1970 he was promoted to Assistant Special Agent-In-Charge of the Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Field Office. On July 12, 1972, he negotiated successfully with hijackers of National Airlines Flight 496 for the release of 119 passengers at the Philadelphia International Airport. In 1973, he was promoted to Chief Inspector at FBI Headquarters. He also served as Special Agent-In-Charge of the Memphis and Dallas Field Offices, and he was the Senior Special Agent-In-Charge…

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