The family of a North Dakota college student who wound up murdered while working as a “confidential informant” has lost a wrongful death lawsuit filed against the sheriff’s department that persuaded him to go undercover.
As The Daily Beast reported, 20-year-old Andrew Sadek was caught selling $80 worth of marijuana to a narc at his school, the North Dakota State College of Science, where he was studying to become an electrician in November 2013.
Richland County sheriff’s deputy Jason Weber—a defendant in the Sadeks’ complaint—warned the student he was facing decades behind bars and a $40,000 fine, and asked Sadek to conduct drug buys for him to avoid charges.
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