Police Admit Lying in Dallas Drug Convictions NPR's Wade Goodwyn reports on the FBI investigation into allegations that the Dallas Police Department wrongfully arrested and charged Mexican immigrants with drug trafficking. As a result, many spent years in jail on drug convictions. Police informants have admitted to lying, and several new trials have been ordered, and a judge has ordered another man released.
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Police Admit Lying in Dallas Drug Convictions

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Police Admit Lying in Dallas Drug Convictions

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Police Admit Lying in Dallas Drug Convictions

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NPR's Wade Goodwyn reports on the FBI investigation into allegations that the Dallas Police Department wrongfully arrested and charged Mexican immigrants with drug trafficking. As a result, many spent years in jail on drug convictions. Police informants have admitted to lying, and several new trials have been ordered, and a judge has ordered another man released.