At age 14, Bosco Enriquez wore a wire and helped end America's era of Latin gangs. His thanks? After cops gave up his name, he was beaten bloody by fellow gang members, raped in INS custody, and finally exiled from the United States. Though he barely speaks Spanish, Enriquez is now stuck in Nicaragua. Miami New Times editor Chuck Strouse's three-part column raises questions about officials' actions and the use of very young confidential informants.
Sunshine State Cult
An anti-cult message: People who join cults like Kashi Ashram ("Brainwashed," Terrence McCoy, May 16) get what they deserve. It is Darwin's Law of Evolution in action. CheckpointCharlie73
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