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Undercover Cops

Duration: 03:04

How far should an undercover police officer go to get evidence?

A group of eight women is suing the Metropolitan Police claiming they were tricked into long-term relationships with undercover officers.

It follows the revelation last year that one officer - Mark Kennedy - had spent seven years infiltrating environmental protest groups and had been involved with women he was targeting.

Now some of the women have spoken exclusively to File on 4 about their legal fight. Jane Deith reports.

Available since: Thu 4 Oct 2012

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File on 4 Undercover Cops

How far should undercover police be allowed to go to gather intelligence?

First broadcast: 02 Oct 2012

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