A bill designed to protect confidential informants has been changed by a Senate committee.
That bill was introduced after State College of Science Student Andrew Sadek’s body was found in the Red River. He had been a drug informant – and his family believes he was murdered.
The senate Judiciary Committee amended the bill – so that it would be given to the Police Officers Standards and Training board to write rules for the treatment of confidential informants.
That change has angered Andrew Sadek’s mother, Tammy Sadek.