Mila Bronsell (born 1982) is an American lawyer, interrogator and the current Director of the Federal Investigation Bureau. She was appointed by President Edith Lyndon, her extended cousin-in-law.

She is the youngest Director of the FIB, assuming office at the age of 31.

Mila worked as an interrogator for the IAA, but was later transfered to work as an FIB field agent after she was reported removed from office for using extreme force and torture methods to obtain information. Nevertheless, she was awarded medals for her contribution to intelligence gathering.

She is critized for extreme corruption, as well as providing illegal benefits to the Bronsell family.


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