Police Camouflaging in a Purchasing Stolen Property Case: US v. Tariq Shalash
Having recently emigrated from the Middle East, the Shalash family began operating a wholesale grocery business in Kentucky. They followed standard wholesaling procedures, buying stock from manufacturers, from other businesses that were overstocked, or from middlemen entrepreneurs. An undercover agent, posing as a truck driver with loads of stolen goods, used semantic camouflage about how it was obtained and how he got it.
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