Saturday, September 22, 2018

OSINT NEWS! U.S., Russian and other foreign spy agency happenings

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     The "Spy Agency Happenings!" newsletter contains timely articles about important U.S. and foreign intelligence agency events. I search through over 150 U.S. and foreign newspapers and journals and hand-pick relevant items centered around a theme for each newsletter.

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Robert Morton, M.Ed., Ed.S. is a member of the Association Of Former Intelligence
Officers (AFIO) and writes about the U.S. Intelligence Community (IC) and foreign intelligence agencies. He authors the "Corey Pearson- CIA Spymaster in the Caribbean and Florida Keys" spy thriller series.

Thursday, September 20, 2018

POLL: Did Trump collude with Russia to steal and release the emails?

Russian intelligence operatives and Trump associates stole the emails from Trump’s opponents and secretly collaborated in releasing them to maximally benefit Trump and help him win the presidency. 

What do you think? Take this quick poll and see how you compare to others.

Robert Morton is the author of the "Corey Pearson- CIA Spymaster in the Caribbean, Florida Keys and Key West" spy series.

President Trump calls FBI a "cancer" on America

There are 35,000 FBI agents and support staff
    President Donald Trump just called the FBI a "corrupt" organization that is a "cancer" in America. Perhaps, America's POTUS should review what the thousands of agents do everyday to protect and defend the United States and to uphold and enforce our criminal laws::
  1. Protect the United States from terrorist attacks,
  2. Protect the United States against foreign intelligence operations and espionage,
  3. Protect the United States against cyber-based attacks and high-technology crimes,
  4. Combat public corruption at all levels,
  5. Protect civil rights,
  6. Combat transnational/national criminal organizations and enterprises,
  7. Combat major white-collar crime,
  8. Combat significant violent crime,
  9. Support federal, state, local and international partners, and
  10. Upgrade technology to enable, and further, the successful performances of its missions as stated above.

Tuesday, September 18, 2018

CIA ran secret base in Key Largo, Florida Keys


The CIA ran a secret mission out of Key Largo in 1969
     The CIA ran a base of operations in Key Largo, Florida Keys against Cuba as these 1969 photos prove (May have to cut and paste into address bar):

     There were trailer buildings that could be quickly removed to deny its existence, a Formula 23 speed boat used for infiltration missions into Cuba, German Shepherd guard dogs and Cuban exile operatives at this secret base in Key Largo.

Monday, September 17, 2018

Did Cohen lie about his Prague trip?

     According to Britain MI6 operative Christopher Steele, Michael Cohen traveled to Prague as Trump's campaign representative and met with Kremlin officials as part of a coordinated effort between the Trump campaign and the Russian government. The Steele dossier places Cohen in Prague in August/September 2016. Following the publication of the Dossier, Cohen strongly denied going to Prague, although he did confirm travel to Europe three times in 2016. Unnamed sources told McClatchy that there is evidence of Cohen taking a trip to Prague; Cohen didn’t respond to that story.
     What do  you think? Take this POLL on the matter and see how you compare to others. Comments are also welcome! >>

Manafort was Putin's spy inside the Trump campaign

    Manafort’s right-hand man was Konstantin Kilimnik, a Russian intelligence agent, and they were in contact throughout the campaign. Kilimnik also helped Manafort obstruct the Mueller investigation. He was the Kremlin's favorite American political operative, who just happened to run the Trump campaign. Now, he's cooperating fully with Mueller. The noose is tightening around Trump and his inner circle. 

Sunday, September 16, 2018

CIA Memorial Wall


A star is added for another fallen "unknown"
The CIA HQ in Langley, Virginia, features the Memorial Wall with 103 stars, each denoting an employee who died in the line of duty. The stars are unnamed and the accompanying "Book of Honor" omits names of operatives because of their undercover work must not be known. CIA clandestine operatives receive little public recognition for their sometimes heroic service.