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Epstein: Dead Men Tell No Tales - Spies, Lies, & Blackmail (2019)

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This is—for the first time—the full and unedited story behind the sick life and mysterious death of Jeffrey Epstein that is being called one of the most significant scandals in American history

Who Killed Jeffrey Epstein? (2020)

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A Convenient Death: The Mysterious Demise of Jeffrey Epstein (2020)

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From https://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2020/jun/8/book-review-a-convenient... by Aram Bakshian Jr, Monday, June 8, 2020

They say that the fruit seldom falls far from the tree. This was certainly true with the infamous Jeffrey Epstein, bogus billionaire, phoney philanthropist, suspected blackmailer, proven pedophile and supposed suicide.

The Spy Who Tried to Stop a War (2019)

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In January 2003, 28-year-old GCHQ translator Katharine Gun received an email from the US National Security Agency that would turn her world upside down. The message requested Katharine’s assistance in co-ordinating an illegal US-UK spy operation which would secure UN authorisation for the Iraq invasion. Horrified, she decided to leak the information to the British press.

Spycraft - Lockpicking Forensics Tracking Espionage [pack]

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Spycraft - Lockpicking Forensics Tracking Espionage [pack] Tradecraft, within the intelligence community, refers to the techniques, methods and technologies used in modern espionage (spying) and generally, as part of the activity of intelligence. In the intelligence community, "tradecraft" refers to agents' advanced espionage tactics. That meant creating clever disguises, conducting surveillance, using concealments, procuring secret information and exchanging secure messages with other agents. "Spies can be ingenious in the way that they communicate," said Peter Earnest, executive director of the International Spy Museum in Washington, DC. He cites miniature dots containing text that came to prominence during World War II. "Somebody can still use that kind of technique." From Biblical times until the 20th Century, spy operations were pretty much person-to-person, said former director of the CIA’s Office of Technical Service Robert Wallace. He and historian H. Keith Melton detail such tactics in their books "Spycraft" and "The Official CIA Manual of Trickery and Deception." Earnest and Wallace share these 10 classic spy tactics gleaned from declassified information. Clandestine surveillance remains a hallmark of covert operations. In "Spycraft," Wallace and Melton describe cameras hidden in unusual places, audio equipment for listening to conversations through walls, and even a pipe with a receiver so the officer could bite the stem and detect hostile radio communications nearby. In the 1970s, the CIA worked on a mini unmanned aerial vehicle shaped like a dragonfly called the "Insectothopter." When the CIA's Directorate of Science and Technology celebrated its 40-year anniversary in 2003, it revealed a realistic looking robotic catfish dubbed "Charlie." Built in 2000, the device's true mission has never been revealed, but experts think its aim was to sample and test water around nuclear plants and facilities. “You build in it the necessary filters to take samples," Wallace suggested. "Then you recover the fish downstream and evaluate those samples." When the fish was revealed, the Associated Press consulted with a scientist who said the fish was so realistic that predators might target it. Robotic fish have caught on in the academic arena, though. Many institutions now use robo-fish for environmental monitoring. During the 1960s, integrated circuits represented a major breakthrough. Before that, transmitters were unreliable and required huge batteries. “Integrated circuits reduced power consumption, made reliability almost 100 percent, and allowed a reduction in size," Wallace said. New devices were a tenth the size of previous ones. “That means you could put bugging devices about anywhere you wanted to." When U.S. supplies were dropped by parachute into remote jungle areas during the Vietnam War, tiny beacons were attached so that U.S. soldiers could follow the signal, Wallace said. He added that, conversely, spies could carry beacons disguised as a branch or a cane, leave it at a specific location, and then moments later an attack fleet would hone in to hit the target. One well-known spy technique called the dead drop involved placing an item or message in a device. An agent then signals to a handler that the drop has been made -- in the past that meant marking a signpost or building corner with chalk, Peter Earnest said. Hollow coins could carry messages. Although the space inside was extremely small, agents could put in a microdot. This micro writing system developed by the CIA in the 1960s and 70s required a high-powered magnifier to read concealed messages. The most famous espionage case involving a hollow coin occurred in 1953 when a Russian agent inadvertently gave his hollow nickel to a newspaper boy. When the boy dropped the coin, a microphotograph fell out. It would take the F.B.I. four years to decipher the instructions encoded in the tiny photo. Micro writing was effective, Wallace said. "It was just very difficult. It had a lot of potential for human error." Spies must be ghosts, not poltergeists. To avoid detection, they used maps like this one printed on silk that don't rustle. The British Directorate of Military Intelligence MI9 issued cufflinks containing tiny compasses during the late 1930s through the mid-1940s. One tactic Wallace and Melton detail in Spycraft involves using equipment dubbed a “Jack-in-the-Box." This simple device was a suitcase containing a dummy designed to look just like an agent from the shoulders up. An agent in a car who wants to escape surveillance could wait for a sharp turn, roll out the passenger side, and open the Jack-in-the-Box. “Even though you are only out of surveillance for five seconds, that was long enough for the officer to roll out of the car quickly into the shadows," Wallace said. “Surveillance, looking at the car ahead of them, would still see two people in the car." In 1982, CIA officers used the device to evade KGB surveillance reestablish contact with an informant. What's an agent to do when caught with compromising notes? During World War II, spies could keep sensitive information in a special Pyrofilm Combustible Notebook, Wallace said. This notebook contained film that would ignite when triggered by a particular pencil. Working like a grenade, the paper would burn and the whole thing would disappear within seconds. The CIA's one-time pads of paper were used between agents for secure communication using encryption that's virtually unbreakable. Once they were used, the pages could be torn off and destroyed. “After that, we developed water-soluble paper," Wallace said. “You could take notes on this paper but if you were about to be compromised you could immediately just dump the paper in the toilet or run water over it." In the mid-1950s, spies had to be ready to spike a drink in a pinch. Wallace and Melton's book “The Official CIA Manual of Trickery and Deception" outlines several strategies for dispensing liquids, powders and pills without the recipient noticing. Glove-wearing lady-spies of the era had a particular advantage with their handkerchiefs, and could sew small containers into them. While lighting someone else's cigarette, the matchbook could be used to dispense a small tablet into their cup. All in the flick of a wrist. Wallace said he particularly liked the trick where a standard Number 2 pencil became a tool for delivering a pill or powder -- up to 2.5 CCs -- simply by manipulating the eraser and the metal band around it. “It can be a knockout pill, it can be a hallucinogenic," he said. “I suppose it could be lethal, if you wanted it to be." Steganography is the practice of leaving a concealed message out in the open. Wallace credited magician John Mulholland for introducing new tactics for this kind of communication to the CIA when he became their consultant in 1953. “He wrote about how you can communicate," Wallace said. “He talked about how magicians could communicate when they were doing tricks." One method for communication was how shoelaces were tied. Connecting them between the holes on both sides of a shoe in different ways signalled certain things such as “follow me" or “I have brought another person." Hiding messages in plain sight continues to be an effective tactic. Just look at Al Qaeda. “We have seen that used by the terrorists," Earnest said. In a case that was just reported, Al Qaeda embedded secret documents in a porn video. Get that document and get out. Pulling out a small scanner would help today, but spies had to use different techniques decades ago. The CIA Museum now displays this letter removal device from World War II. When inserted into the unsealed gap in an envelope flap, the device grasped the paper and wound it around pincers so it could be extracted without anyone the wiser. Another way to retrieve documents involved magician's wax, the kind that temporarily attaches to objects. To use this technique, described in Wallace and Melton's book “The Official CIA Manual of Trickery and Deception," first wax was placed on a book cover. In the blink of an eye, the book is used to grab a paper. All the agent had to do is remember to hold the book so that the paper side faces the body or the floor. Long before cell phones, the CIA's Office of Technical Service was developing what it called a short-range agent communications systems or SRAC. When two officers communicated securely with each other using a SRAC device, they didn't need to risk being spotted in the same location, Melton and Wallace explain in "Spycraft." An early SRAC device from the 1970s had code names like “DISCUS" and “BUSTER," and resembled a large calculator and contained a keyboard with a stylus for punching in 256 characters, Wallace said. Using “burst transmissions," these systems allowed agents to transmit messages across about a quarter-mile range, communicating in bursts through coded messages that were automatically deciphered and displayed. Although the signal could potentially be intercepted, this communication technique represented a significant advancement in tradecraft. “This meant that you didn't have to meet an agent to get information," Wallace said. “You could actually transmit it in real time." That spy film staple, the so-called “brush pass" used to pass documents or a package between agents, can be traced back to the Cold War era. The technique was developed to be used in hostile areas where U.S. agents were under constant surveillance, Earnest said. “It's very elaborate," he said. “You're staging this but you are arranging for you and the agent to pass each other surreptitiously somewhere." Highly choreographed, the handoffs took place quickly in alleys, on corners, in subway stairwells. In late 2009, an elderly couple, Walter and Gwendolyn Myers, was convicted on charges that they'd spent several decades spying on the United States for Cuba. Among their tactics, according to the F.B.I., was a variation of the brush pass. 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The Hundred Year Marathon: China's Secret Strategy to Replace America as the Global Superpower (2015)

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One of the U.S. government's leading China experts reveals the hidden strategy fueling that country's rise – and how Americans have been seduced into helping China overtake us as the world's leading superpower.

AstroSpies: Cold War Astronaut Spies (2008)

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AstroSpies - Cold War Astronaut Spies (2008) 720p AstroSpies The Untold Story of Cold War Astronaut Spies (2008) Millions remember the countdowns, launches, splashdowns, and parades as the U.S. raced the Soviet Union to the moon in the 1960s. Few know that both superpowers ran parallel covert space programs to launch military astronauts on spying missions, and even fewer know what became of the military astronauts they trained. Highly classified for decades, these top-secret missions might easily have triggered a shooting war in orbit. NOVA travels to Russia for exclusive access to cosmonauts and their restricted space facility and obtains candid first-time interviews with astronauts in the American military space program in Astrospies. Coproduced by investigative journalist James Bamford, acclaimed best-selling author of The Puzzle Palace and Body of Secrets, and Emmy Award-winning producer Scott Willis, Astrospies uncovers new clues about the tensest period of the Cold War, when the U.S. and USSR were on the verge of war and desperate for intelligence on each other’s nuclear capabilities. In the U.S., the Air Force-run program was officially known as the Manned Orbiting Laboratory. The public was informed only that the project involved placing military astronauts in space to conduct scientific research. But in reality, as the MOL pilots themselves tell NOVA for the first time, their actual mission was far different. In fact, MOL was designed to be an orbiting spy station, with two astronauts operating an array of intelligence-gathering instruments, including a telescope capable of resolving objects on the ground as small as three inches. In never-before-seen footage, NOVA shows a mock-up of MOL’s interior as well as astronauts training for different phases of the mission. NOVA also interviews several of the unsung MOL astronauts, who speak openly for the first time about their years of training for the classified program. Although virtually unknown at the time, many in the MOL program went on to distinguished careers. A number flew aboard the space shuttle, including Henry “Hank” Hartsfield, who served as a shuttle pilot and spacecraft commander. Richard Truly, another MOL veteran and shuttle astronaut, went on to become Administrator of NASA. Robert Herres served as the first Vice-Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. And James Abrahamson headed President Reagan’s Strategic Defense Initiative, also known as the “Star Wars” antimissile system. So secret was MOL that much of the information surrounding it is still classified, and astronauts are even reluctant to talk about it today. “We did have a joke in the program,” reminisces Richard Truly, “that one day, there was going to be a little article back on page 50 of a newspaper that said, ‘an unidentified spacecraft launched from an unidentified launch pad with unidentified astronauts to do an unidentified mission.’ That's the way it was.” Not to be outwitted, the Soviets guessed the hidden purpose of MOL and designed a similar manned spy station called Almaz, three of which were launched in the 1970s. NOVA was given unprecedented access to a restricted Russian space facility, where a cosmonaut demonstrates the reconnaissance systems on a fully intact, never-launched Almaz ship. With a cannon designed to destroy hostile satellites—or attack American astrospies — Almaz may have been the only manned spacecraft ever equipped for space war. And when the cannon was test-fired, it marked the first shot on a potential battlefield of the future. comment: An early chapter of the ongoing secret space program *** General Parameters *** - Name: PBS Nova AstroSpies 2008 720p HDTV.mp4 - Container: MP4 - QuickTime - Size: 800.06 MB - Duration: 53mn 11s - Bitrate: 2 005 Kbps *** Video Track Parameters *** - Format: H.264/MPEG-4 AVC - Bitrate: Max.: 13.3 Mbps / Average: 1 810 Kbps / Min.: --- - Frame rate (fps): Max.: --- / Average: 29.970 / Min.: --- - Encoding profile: High@L3.1 - Image size: 1280*720 - Pixel Aspect Ratio: Undefined - Display Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - Interlacing: Progressive *** First Audio Track Parameters *** - Format: AAC - MPEG-4 audio - Bitrate: 192 Kbps - Resolution: Undefined - Rate: 44.1 KHz - Channel(s): 2 (stereo) - Position: Front: L R ebooks James Bamford - The Puzzle Palace.pdf The Billion Dollar Spy.pdf film PBS Nova AstroSpies 2008 720p HDTV.mp4 astrospies_release.pdf text A History of Soviet Russian Meteorological Satellites meteor.pdf AIR FORCE Magazine, June 2003 0603kh7.pdf ASTRONAUTICS AND AERONAUTICS, 1991-1995.pdf Basics of Remote Sensing tom kulp.pdf Russia encounters hurdles in satellite development and expansion.pdf Satellite Capabilities and Orbits.pdf Spaceflight Diamonds in the Sky.pdf SPACEFLIGHT, Vol. 36, March 1994.pdf tags: Cold War, spies, astronauts, cosmos, satellite, espionage, secret, space, USA, USSR

Espionage and Covert Operations: A Global History

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Hidden deep within the daily workings of governments and civilisations is a secret world of mystery, danger, and intrigue. A world where deception is a form of art. Where people are never who they say they are. Where the tiniest observation has the power to save an empire or spark a global war.

CIA Spycraft Inside Secrets of Espionage and Surveillance [pack]

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CIA Spycraft Inside Secrets of Espionage and Surveillance [pack] Intelligence is the gathering of information via covert means - eavesdropping, monitoring, spying, intimidation, bribery, etc. There are many forms of intelligence gathering which are referred to as disciplines. Some are: Signals Intelligence (SIGINT) — which is the gathering of intelligence through communications and transmissions. Some associated terms of SIGINT are cryptology which is the decoding of encrypted communication. Agencies that carry out these SIGINT operations are the National Security Agency in the United States and the Communications Security Establishment in Canada. A series of disclosures from the United States, particularly those by Edward Snowden in 2013, have focused public attention on the extent of mass surveillance programs such as Boundless Informant, PRISM, President's Surveillance Program. However, mass surveillance occurs on a much broader international basis among the "Five Eyes" (now involving more than fourteen countries). Human Intelligence (HUMINT) — This source of information is what you would most likely see in a James Bond film. HUMINT is the gathering of information through persons or intelligence officers or spies on the ground. Human Intelligence is usually carried out by government institutions such as the United States (US) Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) or the Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS) or the North Korean State Security Department (SSD). The difference between these three agencies is that the CIA carries out foreign intelligence operations at the request of the president whiles CSIS carries out domestic Intelligence operations at the request of the prime minister or the public safety minister. Another type of intelligence is in the case of the State Security Department which is dubbed a secret police organization as most of its activities are secret. These types of organizations carry out brutal, unlawful and inhumane acts for the sake of control of the regime in power. CIA The Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) is a civilian foreign intelligence service of the United States federal government, tasked with gathering, processing and analyzing national security information from around the world, primarily through the use of human intelligence (HUMINT). As one of the principal members of the U.S. Intelligence Community (IC), the CIA reports to the Director of National Intelligence and is primarily focused on providing intelligence for the President and Cabinet. Unlike the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), which is a domestic security service, CIA has no law enforcement function and is mainly focused on overseas intelligence gathering, with only limited domestic collection. Though it is not the only U.S. government agency specializing in HUMINT, CIA serves as the national manager for coordination and deconfliction of HUMINT activities across the entire intelligence community. Moreover, CIA is the only agency authorized by law to carry out and oversee covert action on behalf of the President, unless the President determines that another agency is better suited for carrying out such action. It can, for example, exert foreign political influence through its tactical divisions, such as the Special Activities Division. Before the Intelligence Reform and Terrorism Prevention Act, CIA Director concurrently served as the head of the Intelligence Community; today these functions and authorities reside with the Director of National Intelligence. Despite transferring some of its powers to the DNI, the CIA has grown in size as a result of the September 11 terrorist attacks. In 2013, The Washington Post reported that in fiscal year 2010, the CIA had the largest budget of all IC agencies, exceeding previous estimates. The CIA has increasingly expanded its roles, including covert paramilitary operations. One of its largest divisions, the Information Operations Center (IOC), has shifted focus from counter-terrorism to offensive cyber-operations. While the CIA has had some recent accomplishments, such as locating Osama bin Laden and taking part in the successful Operation Neptune Spear, it has also been involved in controversial programs such as extraordinary rendition and enhanced interrogation techniques. 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