Disabled man free of ATF snare

In the wake of Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports exposing the agency’s use of people with disabilities in such operations, the attorney for one defendant went to trial and made the difficult-to-prove argument that her client was entrapped by agents.

The jury agreed. Alexis Davis — who has an IQ of 59 and reads at a second-grade level — was found not guilty following a trial in July.

Via Florida jury rules man with low IQ not guilty in ATF sting @ JS Watchdog Report

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