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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.
(Washington: Kelli Arena) The Website WhosaRat.com that posts pictures of police informants and agents featured; details given about the issue of the right to privacy versus the public's right to know. [In shadow, whosarat's Chris BROWN- speaks against the rats.] [Justice Department's Ron TENPAS- outlines a witness story.] [Judge John TUNHEIM- offers a suggestion.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Washington: Jeffrey Toobin) The need for informants to make criminal cases for prosecutors as in the John Gotti case and how the Website puts people at risk by putting information out to the public discussed.
- Cooper, Anderson;
- Arena, Kelli;
- Toobin, Jeffrey
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