For seven years, agents at the federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives followed an unwritten policy: If you needed to buy something for one of your cases, talk to agents in Bristol, Va., who controlled a multimillion-dollar account unrestricted by Congress or the bureaucracy, the New York Times reports. When the Times revealed the existence of the secret account in . . .
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