I watched a report the other day about what seemed a truly impressive coordinated police operation carried out with the help of an FBI informant.
It was very interesting. But the news presenters mentioned a few concerning points. That FBI informant is going to be in danger. Unless they find a very good hidey hole for him, he is not going to have much quality of life.
They also mentioned that when an intervention like this by security forces is carried out it leaves some turmoil in the crime world. There may be people seeking revenge, or some competition amongst dealers to take over a turf.
Not that I want to know too many details. Yet, it all seemed so much like a Hollywood movie – the drama, the tension, the intrigue, knowing when to strike. It makes working for the NHS look boring.