Say It Ain't So

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Federal authorities have already asked that one woman, serving a 10-year sentence for drug charges, be released from prison. And they say they are reviewing dozens of other convictions and pending cases. That's because Jerrell Bray, a paid informant for the DEA, now says he lied on the stand in several cases. Some of his new claims have been verified by authorities, and defense attorneys in some drug cases involving Bray say his new statements also call into question statements made in those cases by Lee Lucas, a DEA agent reportedly known for making a lot of drug cases.