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By Tom Gilling, Clive Small

The riveting story of 2 sincere and brave law enforcement officials whose lives have been approximately destroyed by way of the strain, the chance, and the terrible isolation of residing lifestyles undercover
 
What is it fairly prefer to dwell as an undercover cop? Joe and Jessie joined the hot South Police believing they can make a distinction, yet their entire lives grew to become a lie. They have been law enforcement officials pretending to be criminals, concentrating on drug purchasers, felony gangs, and, worst of all, crooked police. Surviving on deceit and intestine intuition, Joe and Jessie lived in a global of substances, violence. and corruption. To all yet their mom and dad they have been precisely what they seemed—a drug-dealing junkie and his female friend. after they may perhaps not undergo the strain, the risk, and the poor isolation they fast chanced on simply how by myself they truly have been. greater than a riveting precise tale of loyalty abused and braveness betrayed, this can be a searing expoé of a police method uncontrolled, and of senior officials who, by means of placing secrecy primarily else, destroyed the careers and approximately the lives of 2 sincere cops.

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Roy promised to have the steroids in about a week. A couple of days later Joe confirmed the order. ‘Everything 28 JOE GOES UNDERCOVER looks good so far,’ Roy told him. ’ But Roy had spoken too soon. Getting his hands on such a large quantity was harder than he’d expected. It took him nearly a month to get hold of three hundred bottles. Another three hundred had been promised, but they were a few days away. Joe made his way to Coffs Harbour. On the morning of 16 May he called Roy to arrange a meeting.

Ronnie and Victor, both in their early twenties, were Lebanese. They were not major thieves but middlemen always on the lookout for stolen property. Business had brought them into contact with some much bigger players. With luck Ronnie and Victor could lead police up the ladder to some big-time criminals and to the syndicates involved in the sale of goods stolen in major thefts. 34 THE LEBANESE CONNECTION Joe was given a dossier on Ronnie and Victor and told to arrange an introduction. The question, as always, was how?

Page had pleaded guilty to one charge of assault with intent to commit a felony, but his sentence was deferred and he was fined $2000. Garry’s networks extended to Michael Hurley, who was regarded by both crooks and police alike as a ‘head honcho’ of organised crime. ) There was a short conversation before Garry said, ‘There’s no use fucking about. I’ll take you straight to the man. He’s a good bloke. ’ 48 GARRY PAGE AND ‘LAWRIE’ Joe was wary. He didn’t know who he was going to meet, nor did he know much about Garry.

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