A sting operation in which undercover agents posed as a drug dealer turned a community leader into a hero.
In an interview with CNN’s Chris Cuomo, the former police officer and drug dealer, who has since died, said that he was given a task by a friend of his to smuggle cocaine to a person in a wheelchair.
“He said, ‘I need you to do this because it’s important to get my daughter out of the house,'” he said.
The plan was for the undercover agents to infiltrate the family’s home and get the money.
They wanted to find the person in the wheelchair, who was known to be a family friend of the family.
They were supposed to deliver the drugs to a car and drive off.
But after they arrived, the undercover agent was confronted by the father, who said he didn’t want the drugs.
Instead, he handed them over to the undercover officer.
“I was a scared, embarrassed man.
I felt bad for what I had done, and I wanted to get out of there,” he said.”
I just felt like I had to do it.
I didn’t think I could do it and I had no idea what I was doing,” he added.
But that didn’t stop the sting, which led to the arrest of the father and his son.