Published On: Sun, Jun 27th, 2021

FBI Informants More Likely Than Agents at Jan 6, Former Undercover Agent Says

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Recent inquiries about whether FBI operatives were mixed in among the protesters and intruders who broke into the United States Capitol on Jan. 6 will more likely uncover the presence of FBI informants rather than undercover agents, according to Marc Ruskin, a 27-year FBI veteran and former undercover agent who is also an Epoch Times contributor. Before he left the bureau in 2012, there were only about 100 undercover FBI agents in the whole country, Ruskin told the Epoch Times. Deployment of each requires a lengthy, “very resource-intensive” operation that needs to be approved on several levels. Even if there was a top-down operation run by the headquarters underway on Jan. 6, it would have been unlikely that any significant number of undercover agents were present, he said. Informants, on the other hand, would have been much more convenient, needing only some vetting and an assigned handling agent. The bureau … Save 10% on Citrus trees with code CITRUS

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