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Resource ID: #13851
Subject: Criminal Justice System
Source: Journal-Bulletin (Providence, R.I.)
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In the summer of 1996, The Journal-Bulletin started hearing stories about trouble at the Rhode Island attorney general's narcotics strike force, best known for its ninja-masked agents kicking in doors for the TV news cameras. The newspaper learned that strike-force agents may have lied to back up criminal charges, falsified affidavits and stolen evidence in the state's custody. Innocent people may have gone to jail as a result of strike-force misdeeds. (July 19, August 22, 25, 29, Sept. 9, Dec. 1, 2, 15, 1996)

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