A survey of one makes that 100% not your claimed 95%-unless her right hand disagreed with the rest of her body... LOL.
This just proves it was just another of your ingrained and ubstantiated opinions which seems to be quite a Polish tradition of yours.
Polish underground had many reports on these agents. AK sources.
Can you link to one AK report?
Your linked PDF does not mention any AK reports in the Bibliography.
But not surprising that the first main sources indicated are Jewish not Polish:
397 Ruth Altbeker Cyprys, A Jump For Life: A Survivor's Journal from Nazi-Occupied
Poland (New York: Continuum, 1997), 39: 'In the midst of all this bustled the Jewish Gestapo
men, well fed, well dressed, wearing officers' top-boots. These were the notorious 'Thirteen', a sort of militia ... Collaborators of the worst kind ... we were much afraid of 'The Thirteen'.' 398 A. Rozenberg, 'Trzynastka,' Bleter far Geszichte (Warsaw), vol. 5, nos. 1-2 (1952): 187-225, xxxiv- xxxv (English summary), and vol. 5, no. 3 (1952); A. [Adam] Rutkowski, 'O agenturze gestapowskiej w getcie warszawskim,' Biuletyn ˚ydowskiego Instytutu Historycznego (Warsaw), no. 19-20 (1956): 38-59 (this study also refers to the Gestapo connections of the Jewish Ambulance Service [˚ydowskie Pogotowie Ratunkowe]); Abraham Lewin, A Cup of Tears: A Diary of the Warsaw Ghetto (Oxford and New York: Basil Black in association with the Institute for Polish-Jewish Studies, Oxford, 1988), 18; Yehuda Bauer, Rethinking the Holocaust, (New Haven and London: Yale University Press, 2001), 145-46; Barbara Engelking and Jacek Leociak, Getto warszawskie: Przewodnik po nieistniejàcym mieÊcie (Warsaw: IFiS PAN, 2001), 220-33, 714, 729-30.
Proving plenty of original Jewish memoir sources and studies on which Polish sources have quoted. Which kind of supports my point:
We only know about the gypsies also in the Warsaw ghetto from original Jewish testimony not Polish sources or from anyone else.