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Operation "Mr Big" Canada's Dirty Confessions.

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posted on May, 25 2011 @ 06:11 AM
OK i thought id bring this to peoples attention. Here in Canada we have a police sting called "Mr. Big". Its where UC's (undercover officers) will pretend to be Gangsters (Mafia ect..) and get false confessions out of people who just want to hang around these "Gangsters" And some have even been wrongfully convicted of murder this way. Here is an article About it.

They basically trap you into saying what they want to hear. Even if its not the truth. (some people will say anything to have certain friends) Then convict you of the offences. I watched a really good documentary the other day about it here is an article about it

this man here was in jail for 19 years for a murder he did not commit. the "Mr Big Gangsters" coerced a false confession from him. Then convicted him for a murder he did not commit. they say this technique is illegal in america. But here in Canada they have been trapping innocents for years. Here is his story

I just wanted to point out the nasty way the RCMP have been entrapping people for false convictions.

posted on May, 25 2011 @ 08:15 AM
reply to post by jaycen420

This is so stupid on so many levels...

We know there are people who will say anything to have recognition... of course, it looks better when you say "case closed" as you look to be at the top of the game... But it's a lot of money only used to enact a real-life play...
A man was recently convicted by a Mr.Big operation, and the officials talking about the officers involved said they were the best actors in the world...
After comedians going into politics, actors are now "leading" real investigations? Of course, it's easier, and funnier that way, but what happened to proof findings?

I can't wait to have a surgery done by a singer...

posted on May, 25 2011 @ 09:24 AM
The same tactic is used in America.

The FBI bought a house next to a guy and put a fake family in it of FBI officers.

For over a year they tried to get the guy to sell them a shotgun with the barrel sawed off with a hacksaw. He told them no many many times. finally after a year he had enough of them and hacked the barrel off a shotgun and gave it to them.

A SWAT team went in and shot the boy in the yard. Shot his dog. Then the mother came out on the front porch with a baby in her arms and they shot her right between the eyes.

He was awarded $3 million in Federal Court. Ruby Ridge.

Same thing happens in america.

Atleast Canada isn't burning babies and women alive like they did at Waco. nor does Canada have a General Wesley Clark giving Army munitions to law enforcement to use on it's own people.

Of that Army ordinance 66 40mm grenades were never turned back into the Army. They were used to ignite the straw in the compound those poor people had against the walls for insulation.

What did the people at Waco do to deserve getting murdered? Supposedly there was 1 guy in there who had an illegal machine gun. The FBI had several opportunities to grab that lone guy when he was in town shopping.

They opted killing everyone instead.
edit on 25-5-2011 by Pervius because: spellin'

posted on May, 25 2011 @ 09:32 AM
An aquaintence of mine here in Aus when confessing to numerous charges was asked to confess to extra crimes for a lighter sentence, to clear their books.
He agreed and they kept their end of the deal.

posted on May, 25 2011 @ 10:24 AM
I've had numerous criminal aquaintances over the years, they all had soft minds and weak egos. They are easy to manipulate if you know how to play them, stroke their egos and they will be your best friend.

posted on May, 25 2011 @ 11:20 AM
Thats just it they can manipulate anyone to say anything, being as they fed em drugs n alcohol they woulod prob say anything to get what they need. i dont think that it should be allowed to do these schemes.

posted on May, 25 2011 @ 11:38 AM
so the po are becoming criminals to catch criminals? huh apparently law enforcement subcribes to "if you cant beat them join them"
all i see is more criminals half claim to be cops

posted on May, 25 2011 @ 12:02 PM
reply to post by jplaysguitar

meh! most of them are criminals anyways. might as well act the part to. isnt their some kind of entrapment law that doesnt allow this kind of thing to happen?

posted on May, 25 2011 @ 11:05 PM
i think its something to the efect of if you can prove that the police were the resone for comiting the crime thats entrapment maybe
not shur

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