Monthly Archives: July 2012

Somalia’s al-Shebab execute CIA, MI6 ‘spies’

Two of the men were accused of having attached a satellite tracker device to a car used by al-Qaeda operatives in January, which was later struck by a missile, killing two. “The three defendants were found guilty of spying … … Continue reading

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Jeremy Hammond Ghost Written statement

Alleged statement from the hacker in a NY prison.   23 July 2012 – Statement from Jeremy Hammond, alleged Anonymous hacker – Thanks for everybody coming out in support! It is so good to know folks on the street got my … Continue reading

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Manchurian Candidates?

The CIA spent countless millions of dollars in the 1950s specifically trying to figure out how to do this. They claim they failed. Then in the 60s, there was a wave of political assassinations by “lone nuts” such as the … Continue reading

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Getting out an uprising

http://www.wired.com/magazine/2007/04/feat_cia/ Heading west, the Staffords, the Lijeks, Anders, and several Iranians avoided detection. They had almost reached the British embassy when they encountered yet another demonstration. A local in their group gave some quick advice — “Don’t go that way” … Continue reading

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CIA docs in Bin Laden Movie

Really? You discovered your own leak. Now there is a movie! The US Defense Department and the CIA say that they uncovered a lost stack of files that details their relationship with Hollywood movie makers in the midst of a planned film … Continue reading

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FBI and “community of interest” records

In 2007, it was revealed that the FBI had been seeking “community of interest” or “call¬ing circle” records from several telecommunications providers [84]. These records might include an analysis of which people the targets called most frequently, how long they … Continue reading

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The field of cyber-operations is one of the biggest evolving threats… ~ Nick Warner

Nick Warner, Director-General of the Australian Secret Intelligence Service (ASIS), discussed the agency’s achievements and the challenges it faces. It is the first time a Director General of ASIS has spoken publicly since the creation of the agency in 1952. … Continue reading

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