Skip to comments.Crimes by ATF and DEA informants not tracked by feds
Posted on 10/09/2012 11:18:53 AM PDT by neverdem
Here's the link.
Gunwalker / Murdergate ping.
17yrs ago, I was deputized to work undercover with 15 DEA/ATF/US Customs/FBI/IRS Agents in the State Narcotics Task Force. I infiltrated gangs and networks, met with gov’t informants, set-up the shipments/deals/buys and they did the busts and prosecutions. I testified in 26 of the 29 successfully-prosecuted cases. They did let some get away with ‘minor’ stuff, but I witnessed/heard-of nothing ‘major’. They kept a pretty tight rein on all of them. My safety was also at stake, so I took no chances. The Agents/DAs I worked with were real pros, and kept a very careful watch on me, too.
So the top drug and gun enforcement agencies don’t track how often they give their informants permission to break the law on the government’s behalf?
IOW, they've made selective enforcement of laws such a mainstay of the judicial-system that looking at it too closely will cause the whole house to fall.
Did you see this?!!
[Sorry if a repost, news is breaking fast and furious. ;)]
Mexican Officials: Body Of Top Zetas Leader Stolen In Raid On Funeral Home
Report on FOX off and on all day....
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