Mark Kennedy spent seven years pretending to be a climate activist. People he deceived are still rebuilding their lives.
The undercover officer made the comments at the inquiry into police spying on protest movements in the 70s and 80s.
Lawyers for bereaved families told the UK spy cops inquiry it was a 'mystery' why police began assuming the identities of dead children, but it could have been because they'd seen ‘Day of the Jackal.’
At least one strange incident in Brooklyn suggests the answer is yes.
After much scrutiny, new guidelines say that cops in the UK can't get married to or sleep with their suspects.
A Freedom of Information Act request produced sparing new details about the program.
We spoke to the playwright who turned the women's stories, of deceit and police infiltration, into theater.
The city's authorities have fatally shot 26 people in the past four years and have responded to protests against their brutality by infiltrating and secretly recording them.
"They were all assholes," he told me.
A few tips for all our disgruntled guardians who are striking in London today.