WikiLeaks strikes again: a CIA document dated September 2011 has been leaked, detailing how to get past security at a number of international airports, including Israel s Ben Gurion Airport. The document, entitled "CIA Assessment on Surviving Secondary Screening at Airports While Maintaining Cover", is aimed at CIA agents and undercover operatives travelling abroad on the job. The report points out, Hostile and probably even allied services seek to identify US and other foreign intelligence officers. It therefore details a number of irregularities to avoid to prevent being flagged for secondary screening and strategies to employ if earmarked anyway.
A distinguished European human rights advocate is relentlessly exposing abuses by mainstream Swedish news organizations covering the prosecution of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange. Dr. Marcello Ferrada de Noli is a medical school professor who splits his time between Sweden and Italy after surviving politically motivated torture decades ago in Chile. He was imprisoned in Quiriquina Island Camp, after resisting Pinochet s Military Junta, and he was himself a whistleblower upon the Russel Tribunal in Rome in 1974, on the crimes perpetrated by the Junta
On February 24, the Washington Post ran a prominent story on a "top-secret" State Department cable that warned of Pakistani safe-havens for militants that were allegedly putting the "US strategy in Afghanistan in jeopardy". The cable was so secret, the Post reported, the US Ambassador to Afghanistan "sent it through CIA channels rather than the usual State Department ones". Yet somehow, it still ended up on the pages of one of the biggest newspapers in the United States of America. While many might have assumed this was the work of WikiLeaks and their alleged source Bradley Manning, it wasn't.
Let it be known that the US State department, US military, Central Intelligence Agency, and the New York States University jointly fund and run what is called the Open Source Enterprise on behalf of their country. And American diplomatic missions always deny they are involved in spying, a clandestine work which involves breaking all the rules, if necessary.
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange disguised himself as an old woman in order to evade United States intelligence officers who he believed were following him, extracts from a new biography revealed Monday.