In the lucrative service of the DEA

Kempton, Murray
October 1995
Indianapolis Business Journal;10/2/95, Vol. 16 Issue 28, p13C
Comments on the US Drug Enforcement Administration's (DEA) employment of Karl Fessler. Fessler's felony records; Fessler's role in the arrest and trial of Edwin Angel, an alleged drug dealer.


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