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Posted April 29, 2012
The information here is both fascinating and appalling. Ethan Brown takes us into the world of police cooperators. These aren't like informants, who are people on the streets being paid to provide police with information on criminal activity. Cooperators are the criminals who have been arrested, then given a lighter sentence (or no sentence at all) in return for 'snitching' on someone else. These people have every incentive to lie - and often do. Entire FBI cases have been tried and won on nothing more than the word of cooperators.
Snitch is a mixture of real stories that read like crime fiction and jaw-dropping facts. This is one of those books I think everyone should read.
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