Larry A. Potts
|7th Deputy Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation|
February 1995 – July 14, 1995
|Preceded by||David G. Binney|
|Succeeded by||Weldon L. Kennedy|
Larry A. Potts is an American former FBI agent who briefly served as Deputy Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation in 1995. Potts was demoted due to investigation into two high-profile FBI controversies that he had been involved in: the 1992 standoff with white separatist Randy Weaver in Idaho, and the 1993 standoff with the Texas Branch Davidian church led by David Koresh.
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