Cameras record corruption

Caldwell, Karen
May 1994
State Government News;May94, Vol. 37 Issue 5, p33
Presents arguments supporting the US Federal Bureau of Investigation's (FBI) use of sting operations to expose corruption among state officials. Investigative advantages of undercover operations; Federal government's duty to investigate and prosecute public corruption crimes.


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