History takes some odd twists and turns.
This particular odd twist began when Napoleon tried to build a dynasty out of less-than-ideal stock. His brother Jerome Napoleon Bonaparte lacked his talent for winning battles, running a country or doing much of anything. After disgracing himself during a naval command, he fled to America and married an heiress.
Jerome had a son, but remained a spineless weasel. After trying and failing to talk Napoleon into accepting his wife, he agreed to divorce her and marry royalty. Jerome failed miserably as a prince, wasted money, lost battles and was a disaster. Meanwhile, his son, also Jerome Napoleon Bonaparte, grew up in America. Jerome had two sons, Jerome II and Charles ‘Charlie’ Joseph Bonaparte. Both men made a better show of the family name than their absent deadbeat prince of a dad had. Jerome II became a successful fighting man while Charlie wound up in Teddy Roosevelt’s cabinet as Attorney General Charlie Bonaparte or Charle the Crook Chaser.
Charlie Bonaparte created the Bureau of Investigation which would later become the FBI.
Napoleon’s grandnephew created the FBI originally to fight leftist anarchist terrorists. As organized crime took off, the FBI’s mission shifted more to what we know it as today, combating interstate crime.
And for those who accuse the Bureau of overreach, it was created by a Bonaparte.