Wednesday, April 1, 2015


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South Korea National Intelligence Service (NIS) getting new spy chief named Lee Byung-ho to  replace Lee Byung-kee as head of the country's intelligence agency, the National Intelligence Service (NIS). 

Australia Secret Intelligence Service (SIS): Attorney General of Australia says, "My fellow Australians, our country stands on the brink of a danger so perilous, so over-arching and all-encompassing, that I hardly know how to describe it."

Russian Federal Security Service (FSB): The head of the FSB, Aleksandr Bortnikov, told reporters in Washington, D.C., last month that the FSB believes there are around 1,700 Russian nationals currently fighting with militant groups in Syria and Iraq.

Cuba Intelligence Directorate (DGI): Prof. G. Robert Blakey says, "We knew Oswald was involved with the Cuban DRE, but the CIA was not cooperative with us. The facilitator the CIA put in place to work with us ended up playing a disinformation role, denying access to documents we wanted to see."

Cuba Ineligence Directorate (DGI): Cuban DGI targets American universities and the General Directorate of Intelligence (DGI) has no qualms about using unseemly measures to gain cooperation from people who may be of service to the Cuban government.

North Korean State Security Department Ministry of State Security: Iran may be hiding key nuclear-related assets in North Korea, according to top analysts expressing alarm at the extent of nuclear cooperation between Tehran and Pyongyang. There may have been transfer of enriched uranium and ballistic missile technology back and forth between the two rogue regimes.

Robert Morton, Ed., Ed.S. is a member of the Association Of Former Intelligence Officers (AFIO) and writes the online spy novel series "Corey Pearson- CIA Spymaster in the Caribbean".  The views expressed on this site do not represent those of any organization he is a member of. Contact him on the Secure Contact Form

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