John E. Osa
Mr. Osa spent 25 years with the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), retiring in 2016 John entered on duty with the FBI in 1990 and his first office of assignment was San Antonio, Texas.
Special Agent Osa spent four years investigating Bank Fraud violations before moving to the Organized Crime/Drug Investigations Squad. There, he worked closely with the Drug Enforcement Administration, specializing in Mexican Drug Trafficking Organizations and Money Laundering investigations. During his time in San Antonio, Special Agent Osa also served on task forces which investigated the Branch Davidian Siege in Waco, Texas, and the bombing of the Federal Building in Oklahoma City.
In 1999, Special Agent Osa was transferred to the Miami Division to assist in an operation targeting offshore banks and international money launderers.
In 2003, Special Agent Osa helped launch and oversee operations targeting Security Fraud and Ponzi Schemes.
In 2004, Special Agent Osa investigated and supervised the Miami's Public Corruption Squad, spearheading a major undercover operation targeting corrupt state and local politicians.
From 2011 until his retirement in 2016, Special Agent Osa worked on Foreign Counter Terrorism matters in the Chicago Division.
Special Agent Osa was a recipient of the Outstanding Law Enforcement Officer Award, Southern District of Florida in 2011 and 2015.