snitcher


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Synonyms for snitcher

one who gives incriminating information about others

Synonyms for snitcher

a thief who steals without using violence

someone acting as an informer or decoy for the police

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112] See Gerald Otto & Michael Seitlinger, Die 'Spitzelrichtlinie': Zur (Umsetzungs)Problematik der Data Retention Richtlinie 2006/24/EG [The Snitcher Directive: Regarding the (Transposition-)Problems of the Data Retention Directive 2006/24/EQ, 2006 Medien und Recht 227, 232 (Austria).
THE GIFT OF LIFE: Francesca Snitcher cradles baby Ryan who needed a dozen blood transfusions after being born 14 weeks early; PLEA: Dr Tom Turner
Management is very relaxed and called 'mismanagement' with a Grand Master who tries to keep the pack and circle in order but often is the worst culprit for disorder, an RA (Religious Adviser) who takes note of and dishes out the punishments in the circle at the end of the hash, although you do get many snitchers who give the RA a hand.
SNITCHERS are to be paid up to pounds 500 to expose neighbours who have lied to get social housing.
I hope Britain isn't going to be encouraged to turn into a nation of snitchers, because it won't suit it.
And I didn't even publish my data, so it's no use comparing me to sociologists or any of the other frigging snitchers.
I would never speak freely about how I felt outside the family; outside I was always aware there may be snitchers listening.