Reagan and Clinton-era FBI Director William Sessions died Friday at age 90 in San Antonio of natural causes, his daughter Sara Sessions Naughton said.
Sessions brought the bureau’s technology into the modern age and focused it on violent crime.
Clinton finally fired Sessions in 1993 after Sessions was accused of letting his wife Alice have too much clout over decisions.
A report by the Justice Department’s Office of Professional Responsibility accused Session of using his position to get perks for himself like paying for a fence with taxpayer money and getting a sweetheard deal on his mortgage.
Sessions denied the accusations, but morale in the FBI was damaged. When Sessions refused to step down at Clinton’s request, he was fired.
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