As I demonstrate all throughout ROGS, the sooner that journalists, attorneys, psychologists, etc. adopt the ROGS predictive analysis in cases of organized gang stalking, the quicker you resolve the quandry of “high policing v delusional disorder” connundrum presented by our out -of -control domestic spying on citizens problem.
they saw the mission cross a red line: targeting fellow Americans for surveillance.
And, you can solve cases and vindicate the narratives of targeted individuals, who are stalked, harrassed, and frequently murdered, or who go on rampage killings in America, and elsewhere, after being stalked and harrassed by US /British /Israeli /private contractors and other Panopticon affiliated hackers and spies.
Notice in the following piece, that the NSA is directly implicated, and a female spy is involved stalking activists, and also, the use of the term “ravens”as I have documented here,with Eleanor White, and here and many other places in the OGS dialectic.
But ravens, blackbirds, and crows are SYNONYMOUS with signals intelligence operations (SIGINT) and black operations that target individuals and wage actual “electronic warfare.”
Without further adieu, a tale of NSA trained spies,waging black operations over the internet, working as private contractors, speech police, and highly organized, methodical bullies, targeting individuals,around the world, and inside the USA.
January 30, 2019
Special Report – Inside the UAE’s secret hacking team of U.S. mercenaries
Christopher Bing, Joel Schectman
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Two weeks after leaving her position as an intelligence analyst for the U.S. National Security Agency in 2014, Lori Stroud was in the Middle East working as a hacker for an Arab monarchy.
She had joined Project Raven, a clandestine team that included more than a dozen former U.S. intelligence operatives recruited to help the United Arab Emirates engage in surveillance of other governments, militants and human rights activists critical of the monarchy.
Stroud and her team, working from a converted mansion in Abu Dhabi known internally as “the Villa,” would use methods learnt from a decade in the U.S intelligence community to help the UAE hack into the phones and computers of its enemies.
Stroud had been recruited by a Maryland cybersecurity contractor to help the Emiratis launch hacking operations, and for three years, she thrived in the job. But in 2016, the Emiratis moved Project Raven to a UAE cybersecurity firm named DarkMatter. Before long, Stroud and other Americans involved in the effort say they saw the mission cross a red line: targeting fellow Americans for surveillance.
“I am working for a foreign intelligence agency who is targeting U.S. persons,” she told Reuters. “I am officially the bad kind of spy.”
The story of Project Raven reveals how former U.S. government hackers have employed state-of-the-art cyber-espionage tools on behalf of a foreign intelligence service that spies on human rights activists, journalists and political rivals.
Interviews with nine former Raven operatives, along with a review of thousands of pages of project documents and emails, show that surveillance techniques taught by the NSA were central to the UAE’s efforts to monitor opponents. The sources interviewed by Reuters were not Emirati citizens.
The operatives utilized an arsenal of cyber tools, including a cutting-edge espionage platform known as Karma, in which Raven operatives say they hacked into the iPhones of hundreds of activists, political leaders and suspected terrorists. Details of the Karma hack were described in a separate Reuters article today.