We want to tell you about some secret FBI files that have been open private intelligence gathered on none other than the late Steve Jobs of apple. A 191 pages filled with private details of his life... See More
We want to tell you about some secret FBI files that have been open private intelligence gathered on none other than the late Steve Jobs of apple. A 191 pages filled with private details of his life his behavior and a bomb threat against him. And ABC's Pierre Thomas has been poring over the report for us. By 1982 young Steve -- was already famous enough to be on the cover of time magazine. New FBI files revealed he has fame came with the cost. Just three years later jobs with a target of an extortion plot a man threatened to blow up jobs his home the -- jobs pay him one million dollars. No bombs were found but -- scary day. That was jobs first FBI -- but not his last. The FBI conducted a background investigation of jobs in 1991. After he was nominated to the White House export council. He got the job but not before the FBI turned up some interesting personal nuggets. Jobs told the FBI he had experimented with marijuana hashish and LSD in high school and college. -- found his grade point average in high school was a very average to point 65. Johnson later openly admitted he wasn't a very good college student even. I never graduated from college. And this is the closest I've ever gotten to college graduation. -- -- admitted he could be difficult and demanding Putin's. Worn out by what some friends and colleagues told the FBI. One calling him deceptive and willing to twist the truth another calling him narcissistic but adding he had far reaching vision. Far reaching vision that's how most of us will remember Steve Jobs. Pierre Thomas ABC news Washington.
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