News you may have missed #0230

  • Ukrainians claim netting ‘spies among diplomats’. In the last 6 months of 2009, the Security Service of Ukraine (SBU) has “exposed 7 spies among diplomats”, according to its director, Valentyn Nalyvajchenko. He apparently cited “a case of a Russian spy who was charged with obtaining defense industry secrets for a Chinese special service”. If anyone out there has information on this case, please contact us.
  • France launches new spy satellite. France has launched a military spy satellite, Helios 2B, part of a boost in spending on independent surveillance. The satellite can reportedly tell whether a truck convoy is moving or halted and whether a nuclear reactor is operational or not.
  • Seized N. Korean weapons destined for Middle East: US spy chief. An illicit North Korean arms shipment seized in Thailand last week was destined for the Middle East, US director of national intelligence Dennis Blair, has claimed. Blair’s comment, which was meant to tout improved cooperation among America’s 16 intelligence agencies, was the first official confirmation of the US role in the case.

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3 Responses to News you may have missed #0230

  1. Nick says:

    Thanks for the info.

  2. This is a link to what I think the Chinese and Russian Corroboration is about. They need to get the System they are using Hooked up and they need a Medium to do it with The Intel needed to Deploy their System.

  3. zaknick says:

    Hey Volunteer Intel, your link to the CIA, er I mean Post, doesn’t work.

    Here’s something interesting:

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