CIA

CIA and US Military investigated for war crimes

CIA and US Military investigated for war crimes

The International Criminal Court (ICC) has brought war crime charges against the US government, it has been revealed. It has uncovered widespread instances of rape, torture and cruel treatment carried out by the CIA and US armed forces, during the interrogation of dozens of people in Afghanistan between 2003 and 2014. In its preliminary court probe of the US armed[Read More...]

Pentagon revealed to have created fake terrorism videos

Pentagon revealed to have created fake terrorism videos

The Pentagon has been exposed as having paid a PR firm $540 million to manufacture fake terrorism videos from Iraq, it has been revealed. An investigation by the Bureau of Investigative Journalism found that PR firm Bell Pottinger – who has previously worked on behalf of the Saudi government and Chilean dictator Augusto Pinochet’s foundation – worked with the US[Read More...]

US govt agents claim terrorist attacks will boost support for surveillance state

US govt agents claim terrorist attacks will boost support for surveillance state

Increasing terrorist attacks could help to boost public support for additional surveillance laws, according to law enforcement officials. In a story which first appeared in the Washington Post, many law and intelligence agencies claimed that while at present, many people do not support having their privacy eroded by government agencies, events such as the Philadelphia police shooting and the recent[Read More...]

NSA linked to spyware in new computers

NSA linked to spyware in new computers

It was recently reported that the NSA has discovered a way of hiding spyware inside the hard drives of all new consumer computers. The software allows NSA to have instant access and eavesdrop on all activities that are taking place on the computer at any given time. This development of spyware was confirmed by Russian cyber security company, Kaspersky Lab,[Read More...]

Jeffrey Sterling was found guilty of illegally disclosing national defense information

CIA whistleblower faces 100 years in jail

A CIA whistleblower faces 100 years behind bars after he uncovered evidence of the agency planting false evidence on nuclear weapons in Iran. Whistleblower Jeffrey Sterling is due to appear in court for sentencing on April 24th 2015 for telling a New York Times reporter details concerning a reckless CIA operation that potentially sped up Iran’s nuclear advancement. Although the[Read More...]