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J.Edgar Hoover (right) and gay lover Clyde Tolson in real life.

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J. EDGAR HOOVER and his FBI agents were down in Miami, Florida in 1937 to set up a new department bureau. Hoover's opponent was the associate director of the FBI and his rumored gay lover Clyde Tolson.

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'J. Edgar Hoover was NOT gay!': FBI warned Clint Eastwood and Leonardo DiCaprio not to camp up portrayal of bureau chief in new film

J. Edgar Hoover, right, and Clyde Tolson, who are said to have shared an intimate relationship - as lovers as well as friends.

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from Mail Online

'J. Edgar Hoover was NOT gay!': FBI warned Clint Eastwood and Leonardo DiCaprio not to camp up portrayal of bureau chief in new film

J. Edgar Hoover, right, and Clyde Tolson, who are said to have shared an intimate relationship - as lovers as well as friends.

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J Edgar Hoover, et à droite avec Clyde Tolson, celui qui fut sans doute son compagnon. J. Edgar Hoover était un mulâtre à la peau très claire, qui se faisait passer pour un blanc. Celui qui combattu avec une rare férocité touts les mouvements d'émancipation...

Federal Bureau of Investigation Director J. Edgar Hoover is shown in the 1936 FBI documentary Ref #: PA.8689465 Date: 01/01/1936

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