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11th Jan '17 5:52:11 PM nombretomado
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* [[spoiler:Dr. Hart]] in ''WebVideo/{{lonelygirl15}}'', who is one of the protagonists for a significant proportion of series 2, before eventually revealing himself to be a villain [[spoiler:(but he switches sides during the season finale, "Bloodlines")]].

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* [[spoiler:Dr. Hart]] in ''WebVideo/{{lonelygirl15}}'', ''WebVideo/Lonelygirl15'', who is one of the protagonists for a significant proportion of series 2, before eventually revealing himself to be a villain [[spoiler:(but he switches sides during the season finale, "Bloodlines")]].



** ''{{lonelygirl15}}'' loves this trope, actually. [[spoiler:Gemma]], anyone? [[spoiler:She]] never actually joins Bree or Daniel, but she helps from a distance. In "Tough Cookie" it's revealed that [[spoiler:she works for the Order and isn't even British.]]

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** ''{{lonelygirl15}}'' ''WebVideo/Lonelygirl15'' loves this trope, actually. [[spoiler:Gemma]], anyone? [[spoiler:She]] never actually joins Bree or Daniel, but she helps from a distance. In "Tough Cookie" it's revealed that [[spoiler:she works for the Order and isn't even British.]]
1st Jan '17 8:15:51 PM IndirectActiveTransport
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* When [[Wrestling/TheDudleyBoys Team 3D]] set out to destroy the X division of TNA, the HandWave for two men taking out an entire competitive division was that they had a mole inside it, who turned out to be Johnny Devine.
28th Nov '16 5:51:02 AM Daedalis
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* ''{{Film/Headhunters}}'' shows Ove as an employee of a security company who was specifically planted to deactivate alarms for his art burglar friend.
25th Nov '16 3:50:50 PM DaibhidC
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* The Storyteller sketch in one episode of ''Radio/JohnFinnemoresSouvenirProgramme'' was a spy drama set in a zoo, with Finnemore's boss assigning him to find a mole. Before he can make the obvious response, his boss adds "Finnemore, I'm an old man and that joke could actually kill me." [[spoiler: It turns out to be a mynah bird.]]
9th Oct '16 5:35:53 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''KateModern'' season 2 featured two examples of this; first [[spoiler:Terry]] and later [[spoiler:Julia]].

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* ''KateModern'' ''WebVideo/KateModern'' season 2 featured two examples of this; first [[spoiler:Terry]] and later [[spoiler:Julia]].



* [[spoiler:Dr. Hart]] in ''{{lonelygirl15}}'', who is one of the protagonists for a significant proportion of series 2, before eventually revealing himself to be a villain [[spoiler:(but he switches sides during the season finale, "Bloodlines")]].

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* [[spoiler:Dr. Hart]] in ''{{lonelygirl15}}'', ''WebVideo/{{lonelygirl15}}'', who is one of the protagonists for a significant proportion of series 2, before eventually revealing himself to be a villain [[spoiler:(but he switches sides during the season finale, "Bloodlines")]].
26th Sep '16 8:39:40 AM CrimsonZephyr
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* Several of the Cambridge Five in the UK could be classed as this, but the most infamous would probably be Kim Philby who, as a long-term spy for the Soviet Union within MI6, at one point became head of Section IX: tasked with counter-espionage against the USSR; at another point he was MI6's liason with the CIA.

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* Several of the Cambridge Five in the UK could be classed as this, but the most infamous would probably be Kim Philby who, as a long-term spy for the Soviet Union within MI6, at one point became head of Section IX: tasked with counter-espionage against the USSR; at another point he was MI6's liason with the CIA. This had a direct effect on the psychology of the CIA, with agency chief James Jesus Angleton, already a suspicious man, becoming TheParanoiac and going on an equally destructive witch hunt in the American intelligence community.
13th Sep '16 8:45:21 PM Tarlonniel
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* ''Fanfic/BloodAndHonor'': Quinn unwittingly acts as this for a large part of the story, studying Sanguis and secretly passing on information about her to Baras, unaware that Baras intends to kill her eventually. After she survives the trap Baras laid for her, Quinn is contacted again to help in a second attempt, triggering a personal crisis.
5th Sep '16 11:53:54 AM Ohio9
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* From 1968-1985, US Navy Warrant Officer John Anthony Walker acted as a spy for the Soviet Union, handing over thousands of pages of classified documents in exchange for millions of dollars in cash payments. Despite two decades of espionage, Walker was never even suspected of criminal activity by authorities. He received an honorable retirement from the navy in 1976 and continued his spying even after leaving service, getting his son (who was also in the navy) involved in his activities as well. Walker's downfall and arrest only happened as a result of his estranged ex-wife turning him in. When asked how he was able to get away with espionage for so long without being detected, he said "K-Mart has better security than the Navy".
20th Aug '16 1:12:11 AM eroock
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->''"You were working for her, Seska was working for them -- was there anyone on that ship working for me?"''

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->''"You were working for her, Seska was working for them -- \\
was there anyone on that ship working for me?"''
29th Jul '16 6:50:27 AM LadyJaneGrey
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* A black police officer once managed to join a chapter of the UsefulNotes/KuKluxKlan and bring it down from within. It happened in 1979, when undercover cop Ron Stallworth spotted a recruitment ad for the KKK in his Colorado Springs newspaper. Ron called them to apply to see if he could infiltrate the group, but there was one problem - he was black. Still, over the phone, he put on an Oscar-worthy performance, telling them he was a white man tired of being harassed by authorities, and even gave them a story about how angry he was that his sister was dating an African American (''not'' the term he actually used). Amazingly, it worked. Stillman's partner - a white narcotics officer - was able to meet with them in person, use several of Stillman's non-photo [=IDs=] to gain an application, and before long, Stillman was inducted into the group. His partner attended Klan meetings in his place for a full year, while Stillman himself chatted with the Klansmen over the phone, gaining information they ''did not'' want non-members to get. Even Grand Wizard David Duke was fooled this way; ironically, Duke told Stillman in one phone conversation that he could identify a black man via his voice. End result, Stillman was able to become a rather influential member and prevented any cross burnings from occurring in Colorado Springs. He was so proud of his work that he eventually framed his KKK membership card and hung it in his office until his retirement.

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* A black police officer once managed to join a chapter of the UsefulNotes/KuKluxKlan and bring it down from within. It happened in 1979, when undercover cop Ron Stallworth spotted a recruitment ad for the KKK in his Colorado Springs newspaper. Ron called them to apply to see if he could infiltrate the group, but there was one problem - he was black. Still, over the phone, he put on an Oscar-worthy performance, telling them he was a white man tired of being harassed by authorities, and even gave them a story about how angry he was that his sister was dating an African American (''not'' the term he actually used). Amazingly, it worked. Stillman's partner - a white narcotics officer - was able to meet with them in person, use several of Stillman's Stallworth's non-photo [=IDs=] to gain an application, and before long, Stillman was inducted into the group. His partner attended Klan meetings in his place for a full year, while Stillman himself chatted with the Klansmen over the phone, gaining information they ''did not'' want non-members to get. Even Grand Wizard David Duke was fooled this way; ironically, Duke told Stillman Stallworth in one phone conversation that he could identify a black man via his voice. End result, Stillman Stallworth was able to become a rather influential member and prevented any cross burnings from occurring in Colorado Springs. He was so proud of his work that he eventually framed his KKK membership card and hung it in his office until his retirement.
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