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  • Published May 2012
     

EYE SPY INTELLIGENCE MAGAZINE ISSUE 79

 

MAJOR EYE SPY FEATURE

The Artists of Alderney Street  - Who murdered MI6-GCHQ spy GARETH WILLIAMS?

 

Defense Clandestine Service

US unveils powerful new military/civilian spy agency

 

Codebreaking Gems

 

HACKING MENACES

 

INVISIBLE OPPONENTS

INTELLIGENCE AND COUNTER-TERRORISM

 

Tapping the Internet? THE UTAH DATA CENTER

 

SHOOT TO KILL

UK issues order to armed forces to bring down rogue aircraft as missile systems sited across London

 

THE INSIDE MAN

Elite military unit and French President targeted by al-Qaida’s CERN nuclear scientist


CODE-BREAKING-COMPUTING PAPERS

Secret papers written shortly after WWII by Britain’s most famous codebreaker, Alan Turing, have been released

 

DCS - DEFENSE CLANDESTINE SERVICE

The CIA and Pentagon have put their differences aside and have created a new intelligence fusion agency which will staffed by civilian and military operatives

 

MIRROR, MIRROR

Saudi Arabia provides CIA with intelligence leading to discovery of a new type of bomb which could defeat airport countermeasures

 

9/11 ULTIMATE END GAME

The military trial of 9/11 mastermind Khalid Sheikh Mohammed and four AQ operatives has begun at Guantanamo Bay

 

THE INTEL WALK-IN

A fascinating feature on a tri-service agent who helped expose an al-Qaida supporter using a London mosque

 

MI5 CONFIRM THE ‘ASSASSINATION LIST’

Following an assassination attempt and the arrival of known underworld figures, MI5 reveals the existence of a hit list. Eye Spy investigates the chilling events being played out in London, Moscow and elsewhere

 

TURNING QUEEN’S EVIDENCE

Convicted AQ man Saajid Badat, an associated of shoe bomber Richard Reid, gives evidence at the trial of a man accused of plotting to attack New York transit hubs

 

MI6 NEW ARGENTINA LOOKING GLASS

Britain’s Secret Service has stepped up operations in South America, this as Argentina’s angry rhetoric

towards the UK over the Falkland Islands increases

 

TAPPING THE INTERNET

As the NSA’s new Utah Data Center nears completion, a look at concern from some commentators who believe it is a “catch all” for every communication

 

COUNTER-TERRORISM AND INTEL PART 3

In this pulsating feature our authors look at terrorist types, objectives and supposed motives

 

WWII INTERROGATION - BRITISH STYLE

Author Sophie Jackson looks at how Britain dealt with some prisoners in wartime London

 

CYBER SPIES AND ESPIONAGE

Senior US Eye Spy editor Kevin Coleman presents a new overview of how cyber attacks are damaging economies

 

INTEL HACKERS

Paul Beaumont adds weight to the theory that sooner or later a hacking incident or similar against the security services will lead to loss of life


 

Issue 79


 

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