DEA reactivates controversial fired informant accused of serial perjuryUSA Today
Jun. 05, 2013
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PHOENIX -- A government informant who was terminated by the Justice Department years ago amid accusations of serial perjury has been reactivated and is working an undercover drug case with DEA agents in Phoenix, prompting allegations of government misconduct by a defense lawyer in a pending case.