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The Criminals Who Informed On Themselves

The Police didn’t need an ‘inside man’ — they just had to read the messages.

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Police forces worldwide have scored spectacular success in catching and convicting criminals in the last two years. This achievement is thanks to the Police being able to listen to conversations that the criminals thought…

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British guy. Loves writing — loves words. Loves reading. Loves Medium. Twitter @andykilloran

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