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How Feds made informants MILLIONAIRES: $548m paid out, including $1.4m to parcel company worker

The U.S. government has paid out at least $548 million to informants working for the FBI

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By RONNY REYES

FOR DAILYMAIL.COM

The U.S. government has paid out at least $548 million to informants working for the FBI, Drug Enforcement Agency and Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms in recent years, multiple federal audits found as they slammed the agencies for wasteful spending.

Among the questionable payments made to the informants include a parcel worker who was paid $1.4 million, an Amtrak employee who was paid nearly a $1 million and an airline worker who received $655,000. All three received those amounts from the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA).

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