FBI Informant Who Helped FBI in Unprecedented Sting Sentenced to Six Years in Prison
Solomon Dwek, the informant behind the largest FBI sting operation in New Jersey history, was sentenced Thursday to six years in prison in an unrelated scheme, the Star-Ledger reports.
Dwek was facing up to 11 years but received a sentence reduction in exchange for helping in “one of the most far-reaching, and at times bizarre, undercover stings ever seen,” the Star-Ledger reported.
Using hidden surveillance, Dwek helped target politicians, rabbis and even a black market kidney broker.
Dwek was accused of running a $400 million real estate Ponzi scheme.
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