Florida jury rules man with low IQ not guilty in ATF stingBotched case continues troubles for federal agency's storefront set-ups
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From running an undercover gun-buying operation near a school to ensnaring people with mental disabilities, a federal storefront sting run in Florida bore a strong resemblance to other flawed ATF operations nationwide.
But one of those cases turned out very differently.