The SPLC used the services of an infiltrator named Keegan Hankes (who claimed to be from Alabama) who at first said he was interested in the League because of its activism. He held a sign denouncing the pro-amnesty mayor and had dinner with League members.
Palmetto Patriot says:
August 28, 2013 at 2:39 am
The SPLC made the initial blunder of publishing his name as the author of their hit piece. We looked him up. Then we went back through our film and found him in the videos. Once the SPLC saw their mistake they took down his name. But it was too late. He has now been outed.
there are several books on detecting deception, such as “What Every Body Is Saying.” You don’t need to be a police agency or alphabet agency to use these tools. What you do need to do is ask people questions on videotape, then study the videotape closely for involuntary, physiological signs of deception.
Worst case scenario — someone who is truly on our side and supports us somehow makes false positives and is no longer invited to activism or inner circles. No big deal. It’s not like we’d hurt someone whom we suspected as an infiltrator; we just exclude them. and we make that clear.
Make it like a parlor game — practicing deception detection on one another, so we get good at it. So for example, one of us answers a series of random questions that we do not expect, and we videotape it and replay and see if we can detect when he is lying. Since we know when we lied, we are like an “answer key.” Everyone watches each videotape and scores each question/answer, and we see who is best at deception detection. Maybe someone will just have an instinct for it. Others can learn it. We call become experts at decetpion detection and we do it as a game with each other.