Co. Judge: FBI To Pay $100,000 For False Drug Info

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A Colorado judge says the FBI will pay him $100,000 to settle a lawsuit that accused the bureau of damaging his reputation by releasing defamatory information about him, the Pueblo Chieftain reports. The FBI in 2001 privately released a confidential report of an investigation of possible drug use by Judge Claude Appel of Walsenburg, Co.
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