Sandy "I'm Not Telling" Kortjohn
This spy is a lot less "important" since she didn't apparently get close to anyone we know, but I am outing her all the same in case she knows folks I do not know.
She began to become "active" in Spring 2009, as far as we can tell. She appeared on Facebook, became "friends" with a LOT of IVAW, Olympia SDSers, and NWAIDAC folks despite never having met them, yet. She showed up to a march in Tacoma (Feb or March 2009), and to the April 5th 2009 "Action Proposal" presentation put on by NWAIDAC in Olympia. She sought to become part of the intelligence activity of NWAIDAC leading up to those proposed actions, and was placed in charge of obtaining lists of police officers from Algona, and two other small departments in the Auburn area. She did come through on one of the three lists, and sent that by facebook message. The other data file she wanted to set up a meeting to hand over as a compact disc. That meeting never happened and she has not responded to facebook messages all Summer.
As a facebook person, she has few friendships beyond her initial push for contacts. Likely she recorded (or her husband recorded) detailed lists of each person's friends whom she befriended. Social networking sites such as this are used to help draw pictures of who knows whom, and what they say to each other. These lists help target others who will have more trust with the targets, but be easier targets for surveillance or turning into informants (witting or unwitting). Social networking among activists is something you want to consider carefully.
Sandy is in her late thirties and works as a teacher at an elementary school in the Yelm School District. We urge activists who may have befriended her through social networking sites to sever all contact, and if she shows up to another action or meeting, to distance yourself from her as well as alert everyone else involved to her presence and status as an informant.