Youngest FBI In History Ended Up To Prison

Richard Wershe Jr. was born on July 18, 1969 in Michigan, USA and was named White Boy Rick. Wershe first became known in the US as a member of the youngest Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) in history when he was just 14 years old.


It all began when his father, Richard Wershe Sr, who lived in the city of Detroit became an illegal fraudster and gun dealer until his activities were intercepted by the FBI.

But when the FBI came, they did not arrest his father, but offered him a chance to cooperate with him for a spy for the FBI. However, his father declined the offer because he did not know much information the FBI wanted.


Instead, his son Weshe Jr., who knows more about criminal activity, dared to accept an FBI offer. At the time, 14-year-old Weshe Jr. had been a member of the Curry group for a long time and was well known in the city of Detroit. At the same time, the FBI began training Weshe Jr to become a spy.

Weshe was a good spy so the FBI found him to be very useful because through Weshe, the FBI gained a lot of information on illegal activities in the city. However, after a long time as a gangster and a spy, Weshe Jr began to see many things that went wrong with the city government of Detroit.


That feeling came to Weshe when he saw a 13-year-old boy shot by the Curry Gang but the Detroit Police who saw do nothing.

Chief Inspector of Police, Gilbert Hill, inadvertently turned over investigations to members of the Curry Gang. Curry Gang leader Johny Curry, who is also a dangerous man, was found to be related to Detroit Mayor Cathy Volsan.

As the two of them had a lucrative business, Detroit Police Chief Gilbert Hill was bribed. The FBI who knew everything about the case but did not dare to go further, made Weshe Jr boldly want to investigate the case on his own.


Being considered a "dangerous man", Weshe Jr has been the target of Inspector Hill, along with several others who used assassin to kill him.

The FBI that found Weshe at risk did not want to give him protection. Weshe Jr's story ends in 1988 when he was 17 years old.

Weshe Jr was arrested by police at his home on charges of being the head of a drug dealer and a gangster even though he was an FBI agent posing as a spy agent assigned to join a group of criminals in Detroit.


Weshe has been arrested and thrown into prison for 30 years. In 2014, writer Evan Hughes revealed the truth behind Weshe Jr.'s story.


After 30 years in prison, Weshe Jr was finally released on July 14, 2017.


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