Judge: ATF stings should be ‘relegated… to the past’

CHICAGO — A judge in Chicago on Monday urged federal law enforcement to stop conducting stings in which undercover agents talk suspects into agreeing to steal non-existent drugs from fictitious stash houses, saying they too often target minorities and should become a relic of the past. Reading parts of his 73-page ruling during a hearing, Chief ...

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