Photo by vectors icon on Pexels.com The Metropolitan Police force have extradited a security guard working at the British Embassy in Berlin on charges of spying for Russia, the U.K. has announced. David Ballantyne Smith, 57, was returned to Britain and faces nine charges under the Official Secrets Act related to "the collection and communication … Continue reading UK security official arrested, charged with spying for Putin
Lawyers acting on behalf of the U.S. government on Wednesday challenged a British judge’s decision to block the extradition of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange to face espionage charges in the United States, arguing that assessments of Assange’s mental health should be reviewed. The British judge, Vanessa Baraitser, ruled in January that Assange was likely to … Continue reading US lawyers protest UK decision on Julian Assange
It is billed as an easy and secure way to chat by video or text message with friends and family, even in a country that has restricted popular messaging services like WhatsApp and Skype. But the service, ToTok, is actually a spying tool, according to U.S. officials familiar with a classified intelligence assessment and a … Continue reading Popular chat app found to be a spying on users
An American student Otto Warmbier, who was arrested earlier in February 2016 for daring to spy on Kim Jong Un's autocratic government, has been released from prison. Warmbier was "repatriated" to the US after 17 months, but not in the same health condition as he was before his arrest. He went home in coma, and … Continue reading Imprisoned US Student who spied on North Korea has returned home on life support
Sir Roger Moore, the famous British movie icon who played James Bond for over two decades, has died at the age of 89. He was reportedly stricken with cancer but lost the battle in a very short time. Moore died in Switzerland on Tuesday 23 May, his family confirmed in an official statement on his Twitter account. "R.I.P … Continue reading Legendary James Bond, Sir Roger Moore move on to the Afterlife at 89
Police in China has received empowerment from the ruling Chinese Communist Party, to legally spy on over 720 million internet users in the country. The authorities now have an express right to access a person's social media contacts in order to prove links to crime. According to a report from Radio Free Asia, China's Ministry of … Continue reading China grants police the right to monitor social media apps
Donald Trump speculates on Twitter that Shahram Amiri — an Iranian nuclear scientist who defected to the U.S. and reportedly became a CIA spy — was executed in Iran recently “because of Hillary Clinton’s hacked emails.” There is no evidence of that. To the contrary, it had been widely reported for years that Amiri was … Continue reading Donald Trump: ‘Iranian Nuclear Scientist’s Death Has Link To Clinton’s Hacked Email’.
Spying is a dangerous game but those who play it seem to bask in luxury while the fun game lasts. A longtime FBI employee with top-secret clearances pleaded guilty to the United States of America, after he betrayed the country by selling out sensitive information to China. The "American-Chinese Judas" allegedly provided Chinese intelligence officials with … Continue reading FBI Employee Admits He Spied For China After Contacts In Beijing Lavished Cash And Women On Him.
This is the horrifying moment a jihadist for the so-called Islamic State executed his own brother after he was accused of trying to defect the extremist group. The 15-minute footage shows a man named as Abu Abdallah carrying out the punishment. The terror group is said to be in the midst of a major crackdown … Continue reading ISIS Terrorist Executes His Own Brother In Charge Of Apostasy / Graphic.
If the Spy actress could lose 50lb then anyone can do it. Melissa McCarthy had no choice than to lose weight in order to get in shape for her role in the movie Spy. The 45-year-old actress confirmed in L.A. while on a press conference for her new film (The Boss hitting theaters April 4) that … Continue reading Melissa McCarthy Lost 50lb And Is Hitting Magazine Covers Now.
At a press conference on Monday 29th February, an American student who has been held by the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) admitted that he tried to steal a political slogan from a hotel where he stayed before his arrest. His name is Otto Frederick Warmbier, a 21-year-old studying Commerce at Virginia University. The student … Continue reading A US Student In North Korea May Start War.