An FBI Informant’s Unlikely Role in Upcoming Supreme Court Case on Surveillance of Muslims

RAIG MONTEILH WAS no stranger to federal agents. A hulking man who’d spent much of his teenage and adult years as an amateur bodybuilder, Monteilh had once made a living ripping off drug dealers. One time, in 1986, the deal went bad, and Monteilh found himself sitting across the table from agents with the Drug Enforcement Administration. They gave him two options: Go to prison, or become an informant….more:theintercept