Undercover FBI Agent Ends Up in Jail After Pretending to Be a Journalist

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    Laurel Pawn

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    For nearly a year, as a part of the FBI’s investigation of the armed standoff between a Nevada rancher named Cliven Bundy and Bureau of Land Management agents in 2014, an undercover FBI agent identifying himself as Charles Johnson pretended to be a documentary filmmaker.

    Detective Shaun Farley, suspecting that Johnson was working as a private investigator without a state license, suggested setting up a sting. The case became a game of spy versus spy, an undercover cop trying to catch an undercover FBI agent.

    How an Undercover FBI Agent Ended Up in Jail After Pretending to Be a Journalist
     

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