Not All Stings Work: On the War James O'Keefe Is Winning

In his compelling new book, Blue on Blue, Charles Campisi, chief of the NYPD's Internal Affairs Bureau, tells how he was able to dramatically reform the bureau and improve the quality of NYPD policing.  Campisi instituted what he called "integrity tests."  These were more commonly known in the NYPD as "stings."  In his newly proactive NYPD, Campisi ran as many as 500 to 600 integrity tests a year, in which cops had "the opportunity to do the right thing or the wrong thing."  The key, writes Campisi, was "to make the situation seem real, so real ... the cop in question doesn't know he's being tested." For the past nine years, Project Veritas, the brainchild of 33-year-old James O'Keefe, has been running integrity tests on a variety of institutions the major media have chosen to leave untested.  Among the untested, at least until recently, are the major media operations themselves. Earlier this...(Read Full Article)

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