Chauncey Wright has an IQ of 54 That didn't stop undercover agents from the federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives from paying the Milwaukee man to help set up illegal gun and drug deals. And his low IQ didn't stop them from charging Wright with federal drug and gun violations after they were finished using him. He was sentenced to six months house arrest and four years probation for his role in the sting. But U.S. District Judge J.P Stadtmueller said things actually worked out well for Wright. "If there's one shining light in the ATF's undercover operation, it's you getting the medical treatment and attention that has been so neglected in your life," he said.
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“The federal government forgot the Tenth Amendment and the structure of the Constitution itself.”