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From: firstname.lastname@example.org (NiceGuyTJ)
Date: 22 Jun 2002 18:31:11 GMT
Organization: AOL http://www.aol.com
Subject: Re: FBI is asked to find origin of leak on al-Qaeda messages
There are no "Deep Throat" type leaks in America any longer. All the enemy
needs to do is obtain some radio monitoring equipment and locate the most
likely source of information. NEARLY EVERYONE in America uses a cell phone or a
cordless telephone which are easily monitored by criminals, terrorist,
traitors, and all those that spy.
Law enforcement is aware of the identities of many of these spies but would
rather use the information provided by the spy through his spying. All this
despite it being a federal crime from the get go.
I personally have discovered the identities of a number of these spies and
provided the information to the FBI, who has maintained a veil of silence on
the matter. Included in this group of spies are the perverse little sneaks who
are entrusted by law to monitor their companies cellular telephone traffic on
the premise of maintaining the network. Far from living by the letter of the
law, these technicians then monitor anything they think is interesting and
gossip about the information like old hens.
The boom in cellular telephone technology is such that spies are now a dime a
dozen. FBI enforcement of the laws prohibiting such illegal monitoring
practices are such that no one seems to care.
So you see, law enforcement including the FBI doesn't have any secrets any
more. But until they realize this, their mole hunts and their hunts for sources
of leaks will be nothing more than witch hunts for invisible men.
It's a fact of life. I was victimized by one man and his wife, who illegally
monitored my cordless telephone calls from next door. The range on cordless
telephones is extremely limited. What this hero then did, I say hero because he
is a fire fighter, was to then repeat everything I said on his cellular
telephone or gossip uncontrollably about what he overheard. The cell phone's
range is much greater than that of the cordless. He was aware of the existence
of a number of spies in the area and used me as bait, the coward. Similar
cowardly acts, some which are undoubtedly intentional acts of sabotage of
investigations, are occurring all over America.
Nothing sent over the air waves is secure without encryption. And even the
encryption is useless with an agent who can't keep his/her mouth shut.
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