When working undercover as a secret agent, it is really important to keep an eye out for anyone potentially following you. If your cover is blown, or you raise suspicion and someone decides to follow you, the last thing you want to do is compromise other bureau assets. These assets include other agents you might meet with, safe houses you might head to, etc.
If an agent thinks someone is following them, we have a number of techniques we use to lose the tail. Your best bet is to trap the person in a situation where it would be difficult or impossible to follow you.
To make it a bit clearer, let me give you an example that happened recently.
I was sitting at a popular cafe working undercover and disguised as a typical businessman. I was secretly using a hacking device hidden on my Galaxy J7 holster case to hack into the cell phones of a group of men sitting at the next table. These men were all known cartel hitman and we wanted to see what intelligence we could get off their phones.
After a half hour of sitting in the cafe, the hacking device on my phone had finished its job and I got up to leave. Something in my appearance must have made one of the men suspicious though and I ended up being followed after I left.
I decided the best way to lose him was to head for the train station. I hopped on the first train that arrived in the station and saw the man from the cafe follow. Once the train had left the station, I started looking for a good opportunity. Less than 10 minutes into the ride, I had it - a nice soft looking field running right next to the train tracks.
I headed for the end of the train car and once there - I jumped - right off the train. The guy following me just stood there on the train with his mouth hanging open. There was no way he was going to jump after me.
While the jump was an effective way to lose the guy, it was also a bit of a hard landing. I was a bit bruised up and immediately thought - “Great, I’ve destroyed my phone.” I had my Galaxy J7 rugged case clipped into the holster with swivel belt clip that came included with the case. It was right on my hip and hit the ground as hard as I did.
Unclipping the phone, I was relieved to see a crack-free screen. The Galaxy J7 rugged case comes with a nice raised bezel for extra screen protection and a tempered glass screen protector. The combination of the two gave me seriously premium shockproof protection.
Once I saw the screen was alright, I tried to unlock the phone to see if it was damaged internally at all. With the ultra slim case the phone is still fingerprint unlock compatible and all buttons and ports easily accessible.
The Galaxy J7 heavy duty case is designed with a rugged dual layer construction that is literally military grade standard drop tested. Despite knowing it withstands drops from 2 meters, I was still surprised to see the phone completely undamaged. The hybrid thermoplastic inner skin and outer durable polycarbonate frame with kickstand worked incredibly well.
Now that I was sure my phone was fine and I had truly lost the guy following me, I headed back to the safe house. The Galaxy J7 holster case had definitely proved itself and I decided to buy a second. It comes with 3 colors to choose from and I’m seriously tempted to buy them all.
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- Rugged Dual Layer Construction
- Durable Polycarbonate Frame with Kickstand
- Hybrid Thermoplastic Inner Skin
- Raised Bezel for Extra Screen Protection
- Tempered Glass Screen Protector
- Holster with Swivel Belt Clip Included
- Military Grade Standard Drop Tested
- Withstands Drops from 2-Meters
- All Buttons & Ports Are Easily Accessible
- 3 Colors to Choose From
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