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Downfall of DIA Agent Ana Montes

Ana Montes

 

(Photo illustration by Andy Potts)

By Jim Popkin

Ana Montes has been locked up for a decade with some of the most frightening women in America. Once a highly decorated U.S. intelligence analyst with a two-bedroom co-op in Cleveland Park, Montes today lives in a two-bunk cell in the highest-security women’s prison in the

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Classified DIA Report: North Korean Threat Credible

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North Korea likely has nuclear weapons that can be delivered by ballistic weapons, according to a classified report by the Defense Intelligence Agency. The assessment comes amid escalating rhetoric by Kim Jong-un threatening nuclear strikes on the United States. It’s the clearest statement yet that the boy leader poses a legitimate and imminent nuclear

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Defense Intelligence Agency Turbo-Charging Clandestine Operations

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The Pentagon will send hundreds of additional spies overseas as part of an ambitious plan to assemble an espionage network that rivals the CIA in size, U.S. officials said.

The project is aimed at transforming the Defense Intelligence Agency, which has been dominated for the past decade by the demands of two wars, into

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Author Given Green Light to Sue Pentagon for Censorship

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A former intelligence officer with the Department of Defense has been given the go-ahead by a federal judge to sue the Pentagon and the CIA for censoring his best-selling account of the war in Afghanistan.

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Lt. Col. Anthony Shaffer can follow through with his plans to take his former employers

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The Pentagons New Spy Unit Called the Defense Clandestine Service, DCS

Pentagon establishes Defense Clandestine Service, new espionage unit

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The Pentagon is planning to ramp up its spying operations against high-priority targets such as Iran under an intelligence reorganization aimed at expanding on the military’s espionage efforts beyond war zones, a senior defense official said Monday.

The newly

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Large Intelligence Cache Expected from Bin Laden Computers

The death of Osama bin Laden and the expectation of a trove of intelligence derived from his computers have caused the FBI to ramp up its efforts to prevent a terrorist attack.

The bureau is “back on a post-9/11 war footing,” said a senior counter-terrorism official who sought anonymity because they are not authorized to

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DARPA Developing Telepathy Technology

The Pentagon’s Defense Advance Research Projects Agency (DARPA) is currently developing technology that will allow soldiers of the future to communicate via telepathic mind signals.

The aim is to “allow user-to-user communication on the battlefield without the use of vocalized speech through analysis of neural signals.”

It is a program program called Silent Talk.

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Huge U.S. Spy Complex Revealed in Mexico

Mexican Magazine Proceso reveals the location of a US Military-Intelligence Megaplex in Mexico City.

-Megaplex includes offices for the CIA, FBI, DEA, Defense Intelligence, BATF, Department of Treasury and others.

– U.S. Intelligence Operatives will no longer have to disguise themselves as diplomats.

– Mexico will now have a Military ‘Liaison’ for NORTHCOM.

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Military Seeks to Attack the Mind

The Air Force is looking to harness advances in bio-science so they can “degrade enemy performance and artificially overwhelm enemy cognitive abilities.” It’s all part of a $49 million dollar bio-research effort unveiled last month by the Air Force Research Lab’s “Human Effectiveness Directorate,” and it’s the latest in a series of out-there military ideas

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Sensitive US Defense Contract Information Surfaces in Ghana

A team of journalists investigating the global electronic waste business has unearthed a security problem too. In a Ghana market, they bought a computer hard drive containing sensitive documents belonging to U.S. government contractor Northrop Grumman.

The drive had belonged to a Fairfax, Virginia, employee who still works for the company and contained “hundreds and

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Defense Intelligence Pushes for Neuroscience

A new report from the National Academy of Sciences’ National Research Council (NRC) argues that the Pentagon should harvest the fruits of neuro scientific research in order to enhance the “war fighting” capabilities of U.S. soldiers while diminishing those of enemy personnel.

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A Look Back: Iraq Was Never a Threat

This Article details how the US came to the conclusion that Iraq was a threat concerning weapons of mass destruction and how and why an over zealous Bush administration led the US to this extremely expensive multi-year Occupation in Iraq. To the surprise of few, the head of the Central Intelligence Agency-led survey group hunting

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Can Iranian Missiles Reach Europe

WASHINGTON — The Pentagon said on Tuesday that Iran has the ability to launch a ballistic missile capable of hitting sections of eastern and southern Europe.

Air Force Lt. Gen. Trey Obering, director of the Missile Defense Agency, told reporters he believes Iran now has a missile with a range of 1,250 miles, but

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Military wants Internet patrol

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You would have figured that the NSA and its far reaching Echelon System would have already been covering these bases, not to mention the Air Force and It’s new cyberwarfre and information awareness branch.

In a solicitation posted on the Web last week, the U.S. Army’s Fifth Signal Command in Mannheim,

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