Why are CIA and police intelligence agents stationed inside the prisons?
Was the purpose to promote stiffer legislation? British and U.S. Intelligence share the same agents and the same techniques. British agent Kenneth Littlejohn surfaced recently and explained how and why British Intelligence come down upon the Irish. The CIA uses the same strategy in the U.S. Lady Onslow, an English countess, visited prisoners often as part of her espionage assignment. She was the link between prison inmates, military intelligence, and the English “dirty tricks” department. Kenneth Littlejohn was hired to commit a bank robbery and a murder. He worked with Lady Onslow. The purpose of his assignments was to provoke stiffer legislation by the British against the Irish. The espionage agents are disguised to make their attacks appear to come from the “enemy.” (27) The House Internal Security Committee of the U.S. Congress becomes an expert on the SLA. In February, 1974, the Committee had already linked the SLA with every radical group on the West Coast, including prisoners. H
- How are police resources able to cope with the additional fraud reports and intelligence generated by the NFIB – especially with cuts in public spending on the horizon?
- What criteria does the NFIB use to decide if an intelligence report should be passed on to a police force for investigation?
- Do the traffic agents who issue parking tickets and direct traffic report to DOT or the Police Department?