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An Introduction to Mr. Big

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The chapter begins with descriptions of a series of murders where a Mr. Big strategy was later used. Mr. Big is an undercover operation in which police attempt to trick a suspect to disclose a serious crime by convincing him that he is joining a criminal gang. Almost always when Mr.Big was used, the police were confronted with a brutal murder, a suspect, and a lack of proof on which to convict the suspect. The chapter continues with an analysis of murders in Canada.

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Mark Stobbe

Mark Stobbe has a Ph.D. in Sociology from the University of Saskatchewan and has taught at Keyano College and Okanagan College. He began studying the criminal justice system after being accused and acquited of the murder of a loved one. Dr. Stobbe now lives and works in Regina, Saskatchewan.