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The DEA paid $9 million to 'deactivated' sources

The Drug Enforcement Administration's management of its confidential sources violated guidelines and exposed the agency to potential "fraud, waste, and abuse," according to a report released by the Justice Department on Thursday. In total, from fiscal year 2011 to 2015, the DEA shelled out over $9 million to at least 800 deactivated sources, the report found. Doing so went against official policy with respect to its Confidential Source Program.
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