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Saturday, 8 May 2010

Misconduct alleged in gang case - :

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Misconduct alleged in gang case - :: "out-of-control informant inside the Nuestra Familia gang even after learning that the man participated in drug sales and assaults — and may have been the top suspect in a murder.
Attorneys on Friday filed a motion to dismiss a far-reaching case on grounds of outrageous government misconduct during Operation Valley Star, a federal investigation that in 2007 targeted dozens of Nuestra Familia members and associates from Monterey County and the Central Valley.
The motion, which includes exhibits still under seal, describes a slew of bloody assaults and murders involving informant Charles Edwin Oak during 2006 — the same year he wore a wire for federal and state agents trying to break up Nuestra Familia drug operations stretching from Salinas to the Central Valley.
The document states that Oak was the top suspect in the 2006 slaying of a Stockton man, but that authorities looked the other way."

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