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U.S. Pays $134,000 for Fake Facebook Page

Back in 2012, Sondra Arquiett was arrested, found guilty on a drug conspiracy charged, and sentenced to time served. The DEA, not satisfied with getting Arquiett, setup a fake Facebook page based on information from her cell phone.

Arquiett found out about the fake Facebook page – probably after one or more of her “friends” were busted – and sued the DEA. After initially defending its actions, the DEA has now settled with Arquiett for $134,0000. The DEA did not admit wrongdoing for its actions.


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