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3 Snitch Stories & How To Spot Snitches

Brandon Darby:

Brandon wasn’t a master of manipulation, he was volatile and unstable, exactly the kind of guy you would want to plant in an organization to fuck it up.

Anna:

Anna, aka the friendzoner, who managed to stop pot heads who can’t even pay for their own airfare

Jonathan Pollard:

Defeating US security through stupidity

Snitch Spotting 101:

1. Watch people who use drugs or engage in other illegal behavior, if they get charged with anything the police will use that as leverage against them. If they drink or use drugs in a social environment then they will just as likely spill whatever secrets they have anyway.

2. People with large debts generally shouldn’t be trusted, your opponent can offer to help make those debts disappear for the price of turning.

3. If someone is encouraging you to organize for violent actions, they may not be a snitch. But they are unstable enough to get you caught anyway.

4. Watch for people who go around accusing others of being snitches. Accusing others is usually a way for snitches to cover their own tracks.

5. Look for people who magically show up with the critical skills your organization needs at just the right time. Don’t be afraid of subjecting your best friends and best assets to scrutiny.

3 responses to “3 Snitch Stories & How To Spot Snitches

  1. Columnist June 7, 2012 at 5:47 pm

    Very useful. Why not infiltrate the government. It can be done. Look how the ISI of Pakistan is inflitrated by Islamists.

    • Eric Patton June 7, 2012 at 6:43 pm

      Several cults/minor religions have done with this great success, Maharishi, Scientology, ect… local/state authorities typically have more practical power than Federal officials and are capable of more action.

  2. mindweapon June 7, 2012 at 6:19 pm

    We should definitley use lie detector technology to ferret out the enemy within.

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