FBI Allowed Informants To Commit 5,600 Crimes In One Year

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The Daley Gator

When it comes to nailing major criminals, the FBI doesn’t have a problem turning a blind eye to the law. The FBI caught major criticism for doing this over ten years ago, when it admitted to overlooking James “Whitey” Bulger’s brutal Boston crime ring in exchange for information on the Mafia. Since then, it has had to submit a record of overlooked crimes to the Justice Department every year.


In 2011 alone, the Bureau gave its undercover informants permission to .

Agents authorized 15 crimes a day, on average, including everything from buying and selling illegal drugs to bribing government officials and plotting robberies. FBI officials have said in the past that permitting their informants – who are often criminals themselves – to break the law is an indispensable, if sometimes distasteful, part of investigating criminal organizations.

“It sounds like a lot, but you have to keep it in context,”…

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