The American Cancer Society has estimated that approximately 1,665,540 new cancer cases are expected to be diagnosed in 2014. With new treatment options available, a majority of these cases will see positive results. But what if the treatment they are receiving is illegal? What if the treatment they are receiving does not meet FDA standards? Two men have been arrested after smuggling these types of illegal drugs into the United States.
While our overall crime rate has been declining for decades, it appears the opposite is true for one type of federal crime. Unfortunately, this criminal activity is officially sanctioned during FBI investigations, and it's on the rise. It's called "otherwise illegal activity" -- activity that would be illegal if it weren't committed by an FBI informant.
A recent Florida case certainly wasn't the first time law enforcement agents have used social media to track criminal suspects. Over recent months, media stories have revealed that the tactic is growing common among both state and federal law enforcement agencies.