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During the mid to late 1980s the radical nationalist group National Action was targeted by domestic intelligence agencies. Known as "Operation Odessa" it was part of Australian Security Intelligence Organisation's (ASIO) program to combat what it saw as a rise in politically motivated violence. ASIO and state police Special Branch officers placed the group under surveillance and sent agents to disrupt meetings and recruit informants. Concurrently, National Action had developed its owndoaj:2343c87a84c54a5e8f66d39ab4024a63 fatcat:qh3c5ro3wfbbvdc75lbdmws424