The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) was an agency of the United States Department of Justice that serves as both a federal criminal investigative body and an internal intelligence agency. Founded in 1908 by J. Edgar Hoover, it's motto was "Fidelity, Bravery, Integrity". When it was first started it was more of a research and intelligence agency than a crime fighting agency. It first started its transformation into a crime-fighting agency during the mobster era.


The FBI remained somewhat of the same during the Divergence, yet the new found fear of Global Communism inflitrating the United States was placed into the agency's goals. Unlike in our timeline, where the Supreme Court ruled againist the spying and arrestment of said Communists, J. Edgar Hoover's FBI was allowed to do what ever it deemed was necessary to protect the United States. Hoover's COINTELPRO (Counter Intelligence Program), continued on to survey, infiltrate, discredit, and disrupt any people and organizations deemed to be 'Communist'.

The FBI also became more violent againist the Mafia and other Criminal organizations during the late 1950's and early 1960's, often having open gunfights in the streets.

War against China and the other operationsEdit

The FBI participated in detaining many Chinese spies in the United States. About 1,000 Chinese spies alone were captured by the FBI, and sent off to detention camps in many areas of the United States. The one of the most famous operations that the FBI operated in was probably the invasion of the L.O.B. Enterprises building in Washington D.C.; due to the company making experimental weapons for the Chinese. Other operations included stopping Chinese propaganda stations, arresting "Commie" supporters, and helping law enforcement agencies protect major cities.

Otherwise in the war against "Global Communism", the FBI were generally information gatherers for such organizations as the OSS or the CIA.