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1Andrew-theQM
Mar 25, 8:59pm Top

What were your thoughts of how the spying was set up? Was it a good plan?

2bhabeck
Mar 25, 9:12pm Top

that was well planned. After all, who would suspect the library and the septuagenarians who came to look at old books.

3Olivermagnus
Mar 25, 11:49pm Top

I actually thought it was a brilliantly devised plan. Wrong but still well planned.

4Carol420
Mar 26, 7:25am Top

It was brilliantly planned and executed. I believe Seagrave was becoming a weak link in the plans when he set up his own agenda...but no one knew or dared to take him out.

5EadieB
Mar 26, 2:46pm Top

I thought it was a great plan too.

6Sergeirocks
Mar 26, 5:01pm Top

Very clever. It certainly had the Feds bemused.

7jodiesohl
Mar 27, 12:37am Top

I that it was planned well because no one was even aware of what was going on.

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