William S. Sessions

William S. Sessions

William Steele Sessions is an American civil servant who served as a federal judge and fourth Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Sessions served as FBI director from 1987 to 1993, when he was dismissed by President Bill Clinton. Wikipedia*

On the C-SPAN Networks:
William S. Sessions has 40 videos in the C-SPAN Video Library; the first appearance was a 1987 Senate Committee. The year with the most videos was 1989 with 11 videos. The year with the highest average number of views per program was 2006 with an average of 4,176 views per program. Most appearances with William P. Barr (3), Ted Kennedy (2), Coretta Scott King (2). Most common tags: FBI, Crime, King, Dr. Martin Luther, Jr..

Appearances by Title:c. June 16, 2003 - Present Co-Bureau Chief, 21st Century Judiciary Commission, American Bar Association Videos: 1


Director, Federal Bureau of Investigation c. November 2, 1987 - c. July 23, 1993 Videos: 39

Recent Appearances

  • Coretta Scott King Funeral

    Coretta Scott King Funeral

    President Bush and three former presidents, national politicians, as well as civil rights and religious leaders paid tribute to the life and memory of Coretta…

  • State Judicial Selection

    State Judicial Selection

    Justices spoke to reporters about a report on state judicial selection. Among the topics they addressed were building…

  • Ruby Ridge Investigation Day 10

    Ruby Ridge Investigation Day 10

    The subcommittee heard testimony from former Justice Department officials on their investigations into the Ruby Ridge…

  • Waco Investigation Day 8 Part 1

    Waco Investigation Day 8 Part 1

    The joint subcommittees are investigating the failed February 28, 1993 Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms Bureau raid on the…

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