Russian spies were using two rural East Coast estates to to carry out a brazen counterintelligence operation that targeted FBI communications.
Among the civil servants, business people, diplomats, tourists and law enforcement officials in Washington D.C. are “more than 10,000 spies,” according to the International Spy Museum.
Just weeks after Donald Trump won the Republican nomination in July 2016, top FBI officials warned him that Russia and other foreign adversaries likely would spy on and even infiltrate his campaign.
The nation’s intelligence services revealed to President-elect Donald Trump that they and Russia had salacious allegations about him in a 35-page dossier that included comprising personal information.
The FBI’s investigation into Hillary Clinton’s use of private e-mail has included a search to determine whether foreign intelligence services were able to access her server.
By Danny Fenster ticklethewire.com Despite fiery rhetoric from congressional Republicans, it appears that botched gun-walking programs have not completely soured relations between Mexican and US federal law enforcement. Fox News Latino cites a Spanish-language news report that at least 80 former employees of the Mexican government are currently working for US agencies as spies. The La…