Source: Natural News, by J. D. Heyes
More and more agencies of the federal government are turning to the use of undercover operatives in expanded operations in recent years, with some 40 agencies now using officers who pose as welfare recipients, businessmen and women, doctors, political protesters and even ministers, in attempts to expose criminal activity.
Undercover agents pose as student protestors, drug dealers
The New York Times reports that, according to a review of records as well as interviews, undercover officers and agents are used for a wide (and growing) variety of purposes:
– Small teams of undercover operatives dress as students at large demonstrations outside the U.S. Supreme Court, joining in protests in order to ferret out what they see as suspicious activity, officials familiar with the practice told the Times;
— More than 100 undercover agents with the Department of Agriculture have posed as food stamp…
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