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U.S. attorney drops drugs charges against 28 defendants

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Description: A federal judge on Thursday dismissed indictments against 10 of 28 defendants in major drug cases because an FBI agent may have been involved in tampering with evidence including firearms and narcotics. http://bit.ly/1opTX7e
Duration: 2 minutes and 24 seconds
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Published: November 07, 2014
Uploader: ABC7 WJLA

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