We Support Abortion…of Missions

by Ryu

That’s right. There are times when one has to walk away from an op.

– Maybe a witness saw you and paid too much attention.

– Maybe a cop saw you. You can bet he’ll remember and he’ll enter it on his notes for the day.

– Maybe “something doesn’t feel right.” A criminal MUST have this sixth sense.

There should be no hesitation when walking away. We aren’t cops or soldiers. No one protects you but you.

It’s like that boxing saying “protect yourself at all times.” Here, we will never look down on self-preservation and paranoia. They are necessary skills.

Not everybody can be a criminal – that is a System conceit, that any member of the public could be a successful criminal, if only they wished it.

Nope. The ability to take risks, make plans and execute them entire on your own is quite unique. It takes many years of practice to “climb the ladder”, but even then, one can never become too cocky.

Anyone can get caught. You always have to do “the work” of preparing, doing things right in the field, and getting away properly.

4 Comments to “We Support Abortion…of Missions”

  1. “– Maybe a witness saw you and paid too much attention.
    – Maybe a cop saw you. You can bet he’ll remember and he’ll enter it on his notes for the day.
    – Maybe “something doesn’t feel right.” A criminal MUST have this sixth sense.”

    Fourth point to this is getting pegged as the cop or undercover because of your disciplined behaviors. This is a complient to the DA, but it also means you are being watched by the community (neighbors or their watch group) and the police will easily spot you. Most civilians (including cops and UCs) are sloppy away from the prying eyes of management or the higher COs. Ex-military give off the same vibe as some that gets pegged into this social post. So do the few good cops. Triple points if you are labeled as a FED.

    Its usually a sign its time to leave the neighborhood or town you are in. You are disciplined enough that the neighbors will wonder what you are up too, and the cops will be supicious, but respectful of you at the same.

    As an aside Ive met two confirmed UCs and one suspected group of them. What they are like (sloppy and undisciplined away from bosses) and what your avg everday crimnal thinks they are like (the DA getting pegged as one) a complete 180.

    • Good comment, Akuma. How did you spot the undercovers?

      Did they take countersurveillence routes back to their home? Always swiveling their head and looking around? Overprotective of their family?

      There is a phrase, that cops and cons recognize each other immediately. I can see now that this is true, for the most part.

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