Biker Gang Spies - The Life After

If you're a police spy, hired to infiltrate a 1%er club, what will your life be like when your job is done? Can you resume life without...

If you're a police spy, hired to infiltrate a 1%er club, what will your life be like when your job is done? Can you resume life without fear?

That's the topic the Winnipeg Free Press discussed in an article they published today. The describe a trend where life-long bikers are tempted into becoming police spies in exchange for a windfall of cash.

But when they're spying is over, the headaches begin...
Scotty "Taz" Robertson is the latest to find employment. The 49-year-old career biker hang-around has spent the past year infiltrating Hells Angels activities in a sting operation dubbed "Project Drill."

And Robertson might not want to get too comfortable, wherever he is. Double-crossing the world's most notorious motorcycle gang means always having to watch your back and never getting settled.

The money he was paid will likely run out one day, but the anxiety caused by being a "marked man" will stay with him forever.
Making matters worse is that the very law enforcement organization that hired them often turns against them.

Read the article...
http://www.canada.com/....id=89525e4d-afa7-4ea2-b539-2146023fe9d4&k=87407

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