U.S. Air Academy employs undercover informants to build cases on students

Most people who go off to college don’t worry about being shadowed by undercover government informants.

But students at the U.S. Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs must contend with fellow students who are secretly working undercover for the government.

And, of course, the government abuses and burns its snitches just as it does everyone else.

Here is a column about a young man who volunteered to become an undercover rat at the Academy but was later expelled for demerits related to his undercover work.