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Resource ID: #5252
Date: 2017



A good, but unclassified, explanation of how to conduct surveillance – and therefore how to spot and shake tails – is found in an instruction handout produced by an American paramilitary group some years ago. The original document, quoted below, can be found in the Monday Collection at the Hoover Institution on War, Revolution and Peace at Stanford University. While the document is somewhat dated technologically, the concepts taught in the piece remain valid. The text and punctuation have been left as originally presented and do not meet all journalistic standards for clarity and stylebook-correctness.

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