UK: Woman who was engaged to police spy sues Met over 'psychological torture' - Complainant wants apology and list of fake names used by undercover officers, after two-year relationship with man she knew as Carlo Neri


"A woman who accepted a marriage proposal from a married undercover police officer has begun legal action against the Metropolitan police, alleging that she suffered “abusive, cold-hearted, psychological torture” from his deception.

The woman, known only as Andrea, had a two-year relationship with the officer, during which time the spy told her that he wanted a baby with her but did not tell her that he already had a wife and child and was an undercover cop.

The policeman, who operated under the fake name of Carlo Neri between 2001 and 2005, has been unmasked after investigations by campaigners, the Guardian and the BBC’s Newsnight programme."


See the article: Woman who was engaged to police spy sues Met over 'psychological torture' - Complainant wants apology and list of fake names used by undercover officers, after two-year relationship with man she knew as Carlo Neri (Guardian, link)

 

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