An FBI Informant Seduced Eric McDavid Into a Bomb Plot. Then the Government Lied About It. → November 20, 2015 by James Woods in Links The Intercept certainly get their hands on some interesting stories. Man entrapped by FBI and their informant — and railroaded by prosecutors who withhold and distort evidence at trial — is released after serving nine years of an outrageous 20-year sentence. He then dares to ask for an explanation, and the U.S. attorney’s office threatens him with re-prosecution just for asking. The court then runs cover for all of them and refuses even to probe who was responsible. That’s the opposite of accountability.