This video allegedly shows Central Contra Costa County California Narcotic Enforcement Team Commander Norman Wielsch and private investigator Chris Butler selling
what prosecutors said was a pound of methamphetamine stolen from a
police evidence locker to government informant Carl Marino. The video,
released publicly on Thursday, was taken using a video camera concealed
inside the informant's keychain.
Chris Butler's "Dirty DUI's"
As recorded in published transcripts of his interviews with police
detectives on March 17, 2011, Butler admitted that he hired female
decoys to assist in determining if a "target" male, usually the husband
of his female client, would drink alcohol in a quantity sufficient to
exceed the legal limit to drive an automobile. Once the "target" male
had been observed to consume this amount of alcohol likely to exceed the
legal limit to drive, the hired female decoys would leave the
establishment and ask the target to follow them home.
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