News you may have missed #0073
August 20, 2009 Leave a comment
- Homeland Security denies involvement in domestic spying case. The US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) says that reports on antiwar groups gathered by John Towery, an undercover Army spy in Washington state, did not make their way into DHS intelligence data banks.
- Sudan’s new spy chief speaks to the press. Mohamed Atta Al-Moula Abbas, who replaced Salah Gosh as head of Sudan’s National Security and Intelligence Services last week, has spoken publicly for the first time.
- US special operations forces can’t exploit intelligence. US special operations forces are successfully collecting valuable operational intelligence materials in the field, but can’t exploit and disseminate those materials, according to a new report.