FBI

In an effort to blend in with reporters, seven undercover federal agents used press credentials and posed as photographers during a civil trial against Aryan Nation activist Richard Butler. The sheriff's department later revoked the false credentials after reporters complained.
Louis Rolfes
A report on the FBI agents who posed as journalists during a trial of a white supremacist in Idaho.
The FBI is criticized by two journalism organizations over an incident in Idaho, where agents posed as credentialed journalists in order to photograph skinheads rallying outside a courthouse where a white supremacist group leader was standing trial.
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