New Webinar Offering: Countering Infiltration for Individuals and Small Groups

If there is a lesson to be learned in the movement/cause/whatever from the last year, it’s that infiltration is rampant.  Whether we want to admit it or not, the feds have the money, the personnel, and the training to not only infiltrate our groups and actions, but in some instances even pull off operations that run a lot longer and endanger a lot more people.

What is to be done about this? It’s pretty simple: Folks need to learn how to better recognize an infiltration when they see one.

To that end, we’ll be offering a webinar on infiltration, focusing on how it’s done, why it’s effective, and how to guard against it.  It’s not going to give you a list of names, or some kind of magic formula. What it WILL do, is teach you how to think through the process, and recognize the signs. In addition, I’ll show you how to avoid putting yourself into already existing operations — and there are many.

In addition, I’ll talk about some of the current tactics that people are using to find and expose informants and agents, and why they’re ineffective.  We will go over several cases of known informants, and explain how they were able to get in, and why they were able to stay so long.

Our hope is that after this webinar, you’ll be a lot more cognizant of things that don’t fit, and you may find yourself looking at things much differently. In fact, the whole purpose is exactly that — to teach you how to think in a way that will keep you and your groups safe.

We hope to offer this course starting next month; stay tuned for details.

Author: Kit Perez

Kit Perez is a liberty activist, longtime writer, and intelligence analyst specializing in deception detection and HUMINT. She is prior Air Force, holds a degree with honors in Counterintelligence and has a Master's in Intelligence. She writes at

10 thoughts on “New Webinar Offering: Countering Infiltration for Individuals and Small Groups”

  1. Do note that it is somewhat difficult for them to infiltrate a true lone wolf.

    Unless, of course, that lone wolf advertises what he intends to do…

  2. I am very interested.Please be sure and make notice over at WRSA when you’re ready for students. And thanks for doing this.

  3. Greetings Kit!

    Once this webinar is completed may I suggest that you make a youtube video that covers the points and issues discussed in it. That way this info can reach the widest available group of people to benefit them.

    Yours in Daily Armed Liberty via anarchy!
    NorthGunner III

  4. Due diligence. Retired cop with extensive UC back ground. After retirement, I woke up, I read read reread and followed the loop. Frankly I sometimes sit on the fence, I don’t view all rules, or all LEO’s as bad. Do feel bad cops need to be nuked, a bad cops bad to the bone.

    Truth be told I’m a 60 year old mess. Not willing to follow, nor to ever lead, I see the truth as in the middle in most applications.

    Anyways I’ve been reading your site, looking for the truth, or any part I can identify. Think this class on infiltration interests me.

    Old saying ” takes one to know one” is relatively true. I’ve Been to many high end UC courses, for narcotics officers. On practical content day’s in all classes attended, was never caught. The mistakes made by good UC operatives are very very subtle, more a phyological? sense then tangible.

    I’m in Southern Oregon and willing to help as needed. I think this class is past, would like to be on a list for consideration for the next class.

    For what it’s worth, I attended LaVoy Finicum’s funeral in southern Utah, was and am still enraged over his murder, and the pass OSP SWAT was given.

    Frankly the Feds, are scared shitless of the freedom movement, literally, hence all the money and man power thrown at the movement.


    Dirk Williams

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