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September 20, 2012

Posted by Alexandra Natapoff at 10:21 AM

FOX News: slain mother was a working informant

FOX News ran this story about Jamie Seeger, a mother of two who was killed while working as an informant for a local sheriff's office in Florida. The family is suing in an effort to get more information. Story here: Slain mom was working for sheriff's office. Seeger's death may bring new scrutiny to the efficacy of Rachel's Law, which imposed new regulations on police creation and use of informants.

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