Informant speaks out on FBI investigation of Atlanta narc officers


'I just wanted to drift off. I wanted to disappear.' 
 
By RHONDA COOK
Atlanta Journal-Constitution
 
ATLANTA, Ga. — Alex White maintained a year ago he was a "hero" and risked his livelihood and life when he told federal authorities Atlanta cops were trying to cover up the truth about an elderly woman's death in a botched drug raid.


Atlanta Police Det. J. Owens, left, steps over the police tape as Det. C. Faircloth follows at the home of 92-year-old Kathryn Johnston Wednesday, Nov. 22, 2006 in Atlanta.(AP Photo/Ric Feld)
It is still his mantra.

"I am a hero," White said.

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