How an informant could cause trouble for prosecutors in Schock case

The FBI’s decision to use a staffer to then-Rep. Aaron Schock (R-Ill.) as a confidential informant could complicate the prosecution’s case against him, Washington defense attorneys told The Hill.

Lawyers called the use of the informant troubling and said it raises questions about constitutional provisions that mandate a separation between government branches, among other things.

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