Andrew Chambers has been traveling the nation for 15 years, buying and selling illegal drugs. He has blown into Denver, St. Louis and Los Angeles, established himself as a player and set up big transactions with local dealers. But he’s never served a day in prison for it. And he probably never will.

That’s because Mr. Chambers was working as a highly successful professional informant for the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration.

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