A conversation with KBI’s new director: Changes he’s made, where he wants to take the agency


Tony Mattivi has now been leading the Kansas Bureau of Investigation for more than six months. Although lawyers have served as the KBI's director in the past, he's the first prosecutor to oversee the agency as its 13th director.

Mattivi's background - especially his work on prominent criminal cases - was well documented during his campaign for attorney general last year.

Mattivi spent more than four years as the trial counsel in the prosecution of Abd Al-Rahim Hussain Muhammed Al-Nashiri, who was charged with masterminding the . . .


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