In response to unfounded claims that undercover federal agents or informants helped plan and carry out the January 6th attack on the U.S. Capitol, Professor Ira P. Robbins, who has written about unindicted co-conspirators, tells The New York Times that calling an informant a co-conspirator would make no sense unless an F.B.I. agent had gone rogue. “Even if that were true, to say that it’s true in one case so it’s true in every case — where’s the evidence?” he said.

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