Ali Khaled served the U.S. admirably as a Confidential Informant (CI) for the FBI, DEA and U.S. Attorney in New York. He infiltrated the dangerous terror group Hezbollah securing more than $300-million dollars for the United States that would otherwise have been used to fund terrorism here and abroad.
Khaled deserves compensation for his dangerous and heroic work, but -- like the Afghan interpreters abandoned on the battlefield by the U.S. government -- still awaits any kind of payment owed to him and his family. Khaled is also unable to leave the U.S. in-fear for his life.
Khaled and his attorney David Spaulding sit down for an extended conversation with "Fast Eddie" Caiazzo about where the case currently stands.