Interestingly, the guy who does the research probably assumes that he is passing along the information (and being paid for it and approved of), to someone who will investigate whether there is a crime being committed by the owner of the property.
He probably doesn't consider himself responsible for any injustice. It's not his job.
I'm sure most of the people doing this think they're doing their jobs.
This is why, I think, we find some libertarians working for the state. Some of them see, first hand, how broken the system is, and they often will bend rules, quit, or advocate for change, or become whistle-blowers, when the see they big picture. Some libertarians are born, and the government makes the rest.
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