LONDON – Secret Agents belonging to the British police used the identities of at least 80 dead children to conduct secret operations, according to The Guardian.
NDJ World | Published: Feb 04 2013 Europe→World News
Reportedly, the agents used birth dates, social security numbers, passports and driver licenses of the deceased. In some instances, the undercover cops used that information for a period of 10 years.
Metropolitan police reports they do no longer resort to this practice but state it was common from 1968 to 1994.
The practice of using identities of dead children leaked when 3 undercover agents gave an interview with The Guardian, admitting to assuming the identities of children who had passed away.
They told the newspaper they didn’t feel right about what they did because in some cases the parents were still mourning their deceased child.
A high ranking police officers has been summoned to British Parliament where he must explain these police practices.
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