Retired agent Herman Groman served in the FBI for 25 years. While in the Bureau, he specialized in working deep long-term undercover operations as an undercover agent in the areas of organized crime and narcotics. In this episode of FBI Retired Case File Review, he reviews the case of FBI informant Richard Wershe Jr., also known as White Boy Rick, who, at the age of 17, was convicted of selling large quantities cocaine and sentenced to life in prison without parole. Later in his FBI career, Herman Groman was assigned to lead several high-profile public corruption investigations. He was also a team leader of one of the FBI Special Operations Groups (SOG). The specialized group conducted surveillances of major terrorist cell groups and their associates. Groman served as the director of security at a large Las Vegas casino/hotel for several years after retiring from the FBI. He is the author of Pigeon Spring, a crime novel featuring his fictionalized alter-ego former FBI agent Matt Steel, who coincidentally also takes a job as director of security at a major Las Vegas casino too.
Special Agent (Retired)
1/7/1980 – 4/29/2005
The following are links to newspaper articles and TV clips about the case of FBI informant Richard Wershe Jr., aka White Boy Rick:
The Atavist Magazine – The Trials of White Boy Rick
Detroit Local 4 WDVI – The Story of White Boy Rick
IMDb.com – White Boy Rick Feature Film (2018)
Free Richard Wershe Jr. Facebook Page