19 Jan 2011
Police ask university authorities to spy on students planning protest
"I would be grateful if in your capacity at your various colleges that should you pick up any relevant information that would be helpful to all of us to anticipate possible demonstrations or occupations, please forward it onto me," the email read.
According to a statement by the Met, the email sent to more than 20 higher education centers in London, including King's and Imperial College, “advises contacts to consider contingency planning to minimize disruption to colleges, and for information that could help anticipate and address possible occupations."
Oh and undercover cops have sex with protesters and even marry them to get more information and preserve cover MORE HERE
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