If the Bureau obtains evidence that any person, domestic or foreign, has engaged in
conduct that may constitute a violation of Federal criminal law, the Bureau shall
transmit such evidence to the Attorney General of the United States, who may institute
criminal proceedings under appropriate law. Nothing in this section affects any other authority of the Bureau to disclose information.
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