Because of the high political stakes of shale gas development in Poland, anti-fracking activists have often been labeled as national traitors and Russian spies. In October 2012, Dziennik Gazeta Prawna [Daily Legal Gazette] broke the story of an anti-fracking group from Pomerania, in northern Poland, whose meetings had been spied on by a company agent. The secret report included details of conversations and personal sketches of the participants, and was later forwarded to several Polish ministries, including the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, which subsequently passed on the information to the Internal Security Agency (ABW) and the police. Image by Dimiter Kenarov. Poland, 2012.