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The use of dead children’s identities by undercover officers working for the London Metropolitan Police Service was common practice, a chief constable investigating the matter told MPs.
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I see nothing wrong with this, is it not logical to use the names of dead people? regardless of age?
Peaceful inhabitants should NEVER willinglly co-operate with any alleged UK policy officers.
No respect for the living, much less the dead. Man continues to operate with primate demeanor
I don't see anything wrong with this
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