Jim Moses was an informant for the Canadian Security Intelligence Service and Ontario Provincial Police in the mid-1990s, most notably during the Ipperwash Crisis. He was a member of the First Nations, living on the Six Nations reserve near Brantford.
In a 1999 press conference, Moses stated that he never found evidence that Stoney Point residents had weapons, although he said the native protestors claimed they had guns, and that he was shown shotgun shells.
He claimed he was paid $400 to $800 monthly, for 2.5 years of work, and had to often push his agents for his payments.
He later claimed he resigned in protest, upset that the information was being misused by police and government agencies.
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