Informer’s Privilege Prevents Disclosure of Confidential Informant in ISIS-Related Prosecution - Presnell on Privileges
In an ISIS-related criminal case, the USDC for the District of Minnesota applied the government–informant privilege to preclude pre-indictment disclosure of a FBI confidential informant’s identity. The ruling means that, at least for now, the government can maintain its informant’s secrecy. United States v. Abdulkadir, 2015 WL 9581871 (D. Minn.Keep Reading this POP Post