Journalists ‘Deeply Troubled’ by FBI Impersonation Report

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An undercover FBI agent who impersonated a journalist to find out who was making bomb threats to a high school near Seattle did not violate federal policy, the Justice Department inspector general says. Since the 2007 incident, the policy has been stiffened but could still allow such a ploy, NPR reports. When police . . .

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