Judge Throws Out Drug Cases On Informant Issue

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As a Drug Enforcement Administration informant, former Mexican police officer Guillermo Francisco Jordan-Pollito has earned more than $350,000 helping the DEA put together more than 80 cases against suspected sellers of cocaine, methamphetamines, and other illicit drugs. The Los Angeles Times reports that Jordan-Pollito used his own paid informants to assist him in setting up
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