Tuesday, January 25, 2011

Coming soon...

Sorry, one of those entendres is really bad.  Still:
Undercover police officers routinely adopted a tactic of "promiscuity" with the blessing of senior commanders, according to a former agent who worked in a secretive unit of the Metropolitan police for four years.

The former undercover policeman claims that sexual relationships with activists were sanctioned for both men and women officers infiltrating anarchist, leftwing and environmental groups.

Sex was a tool to help officers blend in, the officer claimed, and was widely used as a technique to glean intelligence. His comments contradict claims last week from the Association of Chief Police Officers that operatives were absolutely forbidden to sleep with activists.
And how about this zinger?
"Everybody knew it was a very promiscuous lifestyle," said the former officer, who first revealed his life as an undercover agent to the Observer last year. "You cannot not be promiscuous in those groups. Otherwise you'll stand out straightaway."
See, they had to screw 'em in order to protect 'em.  You can't make this shit up!

Let me guess, it'll be primae noctis* next?

*Yes, I'm aware that the historical concept of primae noctis may be more fiction than fact, but would anybody really be surprised?  Anyone?

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