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Informant Helps Jury Convict MS-13 Members In Charlotte

January 27, 2010  | 

A federal jury convicted six members of MS-13 on a variety of charges with the help of testimony from a former MS-13 member, an informant who infiltrated the gang and video footage of the gang's criminal acts, the Charlotte Observer reports.

The gang members were found guilty on all 36 charges on murder, extortion robbery and racketeering conspiracy.

The convictions were obtained with the help of an informant, who secretly videotaped drug buys and gang meetings.

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Tags: MS-13, Gang Prosecution, Criminal Informants


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