But a witness said a woman who was neither a trained investigator nor a sworn officer actually chatted with Kibler and then coached Hillman on what to say in the affidavit.Information about the affidavit came to light as the U. Department of Justice investigates Hillman, the FBI special agent who used to be in charge of the local "To Catch a Predator"-style task force.While men traditionally have been the more unfaithful sex, gender roles are reversing in some cases as more women experience cybersex.
His real name was in the news for days while he was incarcerated for soliciting a child online.He only agreed to an interview with the Gazette-Times on the condition that his real name not be used.Tom became the first of six men arrested by the Corvallis Police Department in an ongoing online sting aimed at taking sexual predators off the streets and making others think twice before using the Internet to lure children for sex.Franklin asked her if she chatted with any suspects without Hillman's supervision. "He always knew what I was doing." "So anything you did in the way of chats would have been under Hillman's supervision? On April 2, Russell's estranged husband, Emerson Russell, met with an agent from the Office of Inspector General -- the office that investigates impropriety in the FBI.Emerson Russell's attorney, Mc Cracken Poston, was at that meeting.He had been messaging someone through a dating website and planned to meet her in person in Corvallis.