Judging Single Source Intelligence Information

Single source intelligence information is a double-edged sword.  Sometimes a potential source of information is so well-placed that there’s no way to corroborate the information.  For instance, a buddy calls you up and tells you that he’s on the scene of a car crash on the corner of 15th and Main Street.  How can we […]
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