INFORMANTS SUMMARY and MOVIE SUGGESTIONS are: The Informant! The Departed (2006) is about moles and may be based on a true story about protecting the Irish mafia. To Kill an Irishman is based on a true story also about protecting the Irish mafia, which the U S government may be a bad habit of law enforcement! The Hard Word (2002) is about an unreliable informant, and a bad outcome after prompted testimory by lawyers supporting lies! The Informant (2009) is a highly responsible movie about a true story where the informant does bring money into the government as a whistleblower against ADM, but is also very corrupt informant. Other 2009 movies are State of Play, and Obsession. Slumdog Millionaire (2008), 16 Blocks (2006), The Departed (2006), Batman Begins (2005), The French Connection (1971), The Informant (2009), The Informant (1997), Reservoir Dogs (1992), Goodfellas (1990), Alpha Dog (2006), Snitch (1998) are movies about informants. Guilty of Innocence: What’s Said Behind Your Back Can Kill You (2009) is a documentary on the failings of the U.S. legal system. LAPD officer Rothmiller's opinion in his book that the informant shot at him to obstruct the Jack Urich Oil investigation may be false. It may have been someone high in LAPD who may have shot at him, who may have had a long history of questionable behavior that even the media wrote about at length. There may have been triple agents in the investigation, such as oil company, PD, and CIA interests obstructing the FBI. This may be a very common practice and Joint investigations should be frowned upon. Reviewing court files will likely show many conflicts of interest with justice by the LAPD. This case should be made into a movie. Sin City (2005), Hostage (2005/I), The Whole Ten Yards (2004), Perfect Stranger (2007) are movies Bruce Willis is in where the victims are going to great lengths to avoid criminals. The Debbie Gregg case should be made into a movie because only one California State Supreme Court Justice did not want Garcia who was previously convicted or her murder to get off on a minor technicality (not allowing him to go to the crime scene during the trial); see http://www.plambeck.org/oldhtml/journal/debbiegregg/TheCriminalCase.htm.