Tag Archives: Mark Cassidy

Deceived into relationships with undercover cops: Powerful new short film

We are pleased to release today a powerful new short film, made by Reel News, showing four women talking about their startlingly similar experiences of being deceived into relationships with undercover police. It is being premiered this week at the Lush Summit, where “Alison” and “Andrea“, two women deceived into relationships with undercover police, are […]

Women’s statement: Full investigation needed on undercover policing in Scotland

Four women deceived into relationships with undercover officers have made a joint statement criticising the new HMICS review into undercover policing, and demanding a full Public Inquiry into the undercover policing in Scotland. Full Statement from the four women: “One of the major concerns we have about the scope of the Inquiry into Undercover Policing […]

I lived with an undercover officer – this BBC series gets it all wrong

‘Alison,’ one eight women who sued the police over being deceived into relationships with undercover cops, has spoken out in criticism of the BBC’s new drama series ‘Undercover.’ She had a relationship with ‘Mark Jenner’ an undercover cop she knew as Mark Cassidy (pictured). She has written a piece in the Guardian, saying that despite […]

Mark Jenner confirmed as ‘100%’ SDS undercover cop by whistleblower

A statement from Peter Francis, former undercover officer turned whistleblower, confirms that Mark Jenner (aka Mark Cassidy) was “100% one of my fellow undercover SDS Police Officers”. The High Court had controversially allowed the Metropolitan Police to hide behind their ‘neither confirm nor deny’ stance regarding Jennner – who deceived ‘Alison‘ into a 5 year relationship […]

Alison interviewed on BBC Newsnight

The main story on the BBC’s Newsnight programme last night concerned the announcement by Home Secretary Theresa May of a public inquiry into undercover policing.  The programme included an interview with Alison, one of the women in this case. The programme can be watched via BBC iPlayer; Alison’s interview begins from 16.57 into the broadcast. […]