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(Boston.com)   Jury to begin to decide if Whitey Bulger is guilty or kinda guilty   (boston.com) divider line 3
    More: Followup, Whitey Bulger, Winter Hill Gang, pathological liars, United States Attorney, racketeering  
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2013-08-06 01:41:12 PM
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neversubmit: Exclusive: FBI allowed informants to commit 5,600 crimes

Agents authorized 15 crimes a day, on average, including everything from buying and selling illegal drugs to bribing government officials and plotting robberies.

"This is all being operated clandestinely. Congress doesn't even have the information," said Rep. Stephen Lynch, D-Mass., who sponsored a bill that would require federal agencies to notify lawmakers about the most serious crimes their informants commit. "I think there's a problem here, and we should have full disclosure to Congress."

I feel safer, don't you?


Like they weren't going to commit those crimes if they didn't have FBI handlers? You can't very well be an undercover informant in a criminal group and NOT commit crimes. People start to wonder what your deal is.
2013-08-06 10:46:47 AM
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neversubmit: Carth: neversubmit: Exclusive: FBI allowed informants to commit 5,600 crimes

Agents authorized 15 crimes a day, on average, including everything from buying and selling illegal drugs to bribing government officials and plotting robberies.

"This is all being operated clandestinely. Congress doesn't even have the information," said Rep. Stephen Lynch, D-Mass., who sponsored a bill that would require federal agencies to notify lawmakers about the most serious crimes their informants commit. "I think there's a problem here, and we should have full disclosure to Congress."

I feel safer, don't you?

Considering they aren't allowed to commit violent crimes and they are over 15,000 informants I don't think it matters.

How sure are you?


Very. They are overseen by the Justice Department, not Congress, as it should be. Telling anything to Congress is asking it to be on the front page of the paper which you want to avoid with sources and informant names.
2013-08-06 09:34:51 AM
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Whitey's always guilty.
 
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