Radford, who is in his late thirties, said that from 2004 to 2007 he supplied his police handlers with detailed information on hardcore extremists in the UK. Radford gave detailed accounts of three attacks in which he participated. He also disclosed that he disrupted some and prevented others, often by giving the police information that allowed them to warn potential victims.
Radford was nicknamed “Captain Nancy” because of his flamboyant character and past work as a gay rights activist. He was widely known for the trade-mark beagle costume he wore at demonstrations. This had been supplied by the police.
Radford, who is now based in Gran Canaria, believes the intelligence he provided from the ALF’s headquarters at a cottage in Hampshire helped the police to target its leaders and protect potential victims. He was a former soldier and intelligence services trainer who had infiltrated the ALF’s tight-knit leadership and was reporting every detail of its activities to the police.
A “confidential source” (CS) for the FBI, uses other names and thought to be in her early-to-mid 20s, she attended the June 2005 Bio-Democracy protests in Philadelphia, the July 2005 CrimethInc convergence in Indiana, the July/August 2005 Feral Visions gathering in the southern Appalachian mountains of Tennessee. She worked as a field medic at protests. She has worked for the FBI since at least 2004, and has reportedly received $75,000 plus expenses for her efforts. Her testimony represents the primary evidence against Eric McDavid, Zachary Jensen and Lauren Weiner, who were arrested January 13, 2006 in Auburn, California; the three face 20-year prison sentences for conspiracy to damage property by fire.
She was featured May 2005 Article on “Anna” from Elle magazine.
Mark Kennedy AKA Mark Stone
Lived in Nottingham (UK), has been exposed as having worked as an undercover police officer and this has been confirmed by Nottingham Indymedia and endorsed by other activist groups .
From 2000 to at least the end of 2009, Mark Kennedy was a well-known face in the local activist community and was actively involved in various environmental, animal rights, anti-capitalist and anti-fascist groups and campaigns.
Investigations into his identity revealed evidence that he has been a police officer and a face-to-face confession has confirmed this . The people involved in confronting Mark and getting his confession from him make clear that for security reasons no more information can be made public at this stage.