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Additionally, just 23 percent of Republicans said the Capitol rioters weren’t undercover Antifa members.
To test the Wage and Hour Division’s competence, the GAO set up a sort of undercover sting.
In a recent case involving the Boogaloo Bois, an American right-wing extremist group, undercover FBI agents posed as members of Hamas, a foreign terrorist organization, according an indictment issued in November.
A multiyear undercover investigation conducted by Global Witness along with extensive reports published by the New York Times have exposed the criminal enterprises that anonymous shell companies enable.
By the morning of June 5, an undercover officer had set up surveillance near Brennan’s home.
The department did not comment on the recording issue, other than saying it “never discloses specifics of our tradecraft or investigatory methods in undercover cases.”
NEW YORK LAWMAKERS DEMAND NYPD HALT UNDERCOVER SEX TRADE STINGSBY JOAQUIN SAPIEN AND JOSHUA KAPLANDECEMBER 16, 2020PROPUBLICA
In truth the wrist radio had been available since 1947, just one year after the cartoonist Chester Gould outfitted his undercover cop with the iconic gadget.
In 2007, Oaks was hit by two rounds during an undercover PCP buy.
We're fighting a battle against an unscrupulous enemy, an undercover battle, Steve.
HIGHWAYS IN HIDINGGEORGE OLIVER SMITH
He realized almost at once that such an unknown, undercover echelon would be a must.
MAN OF MANY MINDSE. EVERETT EVANS

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