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Resource ID: #22816
Subject: Crime
Source: WFAA-TV (Dallas)
Date: 08/24/2006; 09/03/2006



WFAA tells the story of Guillermo Ramirez-Peyro, a paid U.S. government informant who continued to participate in and witness "a five-month killing spree along the U.S.-Mexico border." The 12 murders occurred at a house in Juarez, operated by a cartel. Ramirez supervised the first murder and audio-taped it, but the government's reaction was not to reprimand him, but to tell him to stop making tapes. The government, which had paid Ramirez $225,000 for his services, never took action against him, even promising him $1 million more before this story broke.

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