Apr 15, 2021
Mr. Big: Exposing Undercover Investigations in Canada
Posted by Kouri T. Keenan Joan Brockman

After surveying than 80 cases in which a confession was accepted as evidence in a Mr Big organized crime sting, these legal experts suggest changes in undercover police practices in Canada Mr Big in these cases is a policeman posing as a criminal kingpin in order to coerce a confession from a suspect, but this study finds that this ruse is most successful whenAfter surveying than 80 cases in which a confession was accepted as evidence in a Mr Big organized crime sting, these legal experts suggest changes in undercover police practices in Canada Mr Big in these cases is a policeman posing as a criminal kingpin in order to coerce a confession from a suspect, but this study finds that this ruse is most successful when the suspect is from a marginalized group In addition, police officers sometimes commit criminal offences while undercover or they fake criminal behavior during the course of the sting and the pretend interrogations are not bounded by normal interview standards On these grounds, the authors propose that this practice be drastically curtailed.

  • Title: Mr. Big: Exposing Undercover Investigations in Canada
  • Author: Kouri T. Keenan Joan Brockman
  • ISBN: 9781552663769
  • Page: 245
  • Format: Paperback
  • Mr Big Exposing Undercover Investigations in Canada After surveying than cases in which a confession was accepted as evidence in a Mr Big organized crime sting these legal experts suggest changes in undercover police practices in Canada Mr Big in t


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