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20 Jun 2010
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What's the secret weapon to espionage? Kool Aid! Cool moms know this is the best way to keep track of the neighborhood kids. Take a minute to Laugh Out Loud with comedian Anita Renfroe brought to you by Kraft Foods.
11 Oct 2010
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A Russian aide to British parliament member Mike Hancock has been arrested on suspicion of espionage. Mike Hancock’s position in parliament and his reported flair for Russian women make this story sound like a Tom Clancy novel. Sky News ramped up the rhetoric -- implying Hancock has access to governmental and military secrets. “So would have access in his office to quite sensitive information surrounding the military, by default really. He as a Portsmouth MP would have close connections to the royal navy there.” And the Mirror highlights physical attributes of the aide -- Katia Zatuliveter -- and her wardrobe choices, suggesting Hancock was a target for a sleeper spy. “‘Certainly some thought she was charming and intelligent. She would walk around in very short skirts and high heels with Hancock and they would be seen having lunch together.’” Concern over Russian spies reached fever pitch as Anna Chapman was found to have had UK citizenship. But a writer for The Guardian asks - the Cold War is over, right? “Incriminating evidence, we are told, is that Hancock has tabled questions to ministers about the Trident missile system... Serious spying ... is done silently, or as silently as possible. Planting parliamentary questions is akin to shouting from the rooftops.” RT provides a broader context for Hancock’s political appointments and access to information – but it’s much more fluff than substance. “He was chair and is now vice chair of All Party Parliamentary group on Russia. So they meet once every so often and talk about Russia and what British policy towards Russia should be. Not necessarily making policy, but certainly advising on it. He’s also on the defense select committee, which sounds much more serious than it is in fact, because the defense select doesn’t necessarily have access to secretive information.” Hancock may not be the best mouthpiece right now -- himself out on bail under charges of indecent assault. His explanations sound a little less James Bond and more Spies Like Us. “But what on earth was she spying on? The House of Commons relies on leaks to survive. And as far as I’m concerned, there was nothing that she was doing for me that was in any way sensitive.” The truth - we may never know. Hancock explains to The Telegraph that Katia’s arrest information may never be released. "Because the system we work under is I will never see that evidence, she will never see the evidence and only a secret court will have that evidence and the desk of the home secretary. So we live in a system where you can be deported from this country without ever knowing the reasons why or what you’ve done.”
9 Dec 2010
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23 Feb 2011
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BY MAURICE SCARBOROUGH You're watching multisource world news analysis from Newsy Wikileaks founder Julian Assange is headed to Sweden, against his wishes. A British court ordered Assange extradited to face charges of sexual abuse. The ruling, by Judge Howard Riddle, says allegations brought against Assange by his two accusers are an extraditable offense. “Generally the European arrest warrant with countries like Sweden are accepted, and certainly that is the case, and certainly the judge felt that none of the defense arguments were valid. For example, that the state prosecutor in Sweden didn’t have the right, didn’t have the authority to issue the European arrest warrant, also he doesn’t believe there wouldn’t be a fair trial.” The verdict comes after a heated three-month legal battle, which some believe is a conspiracy to stop the whistle blower website. Assange’s lawyers fought the EU arrest warrant, which according to Deutsche Welle.... “...is meant to expedite the judicial process. The requesting country does not have to present evidence and there is no place for the person being charged to argue their innocence.” Following the verdict Assange and his lawyers issued a media statement condemning the decision and the system. “It is not just about the pressure the United States brings to bear on the United Kingdom and on Sweden and on the media. It offers a hope for reform of the EU arrest warrant system. That system of rubber stamp deportation.” A writer for Death & Taxes rushes to Assange’s defense - calling the extradition decision a downright disgrace. “Judge Howard Riddle’s ruling is shameful. He is [complicit] in the first great character assassination of the 21st century ... he has attempted to fog the looking glass for a new generation of hyper-connected, clear-thinking young adults. This tactic will not work, so long as we don’t tire of Julian Assange..” Assange and his defense team have already announced they plan to appeal the decision. His lawyers are concerned extradition to Sweden will make extradition to Washington easier -- where he could face prosecution in connection to Wikileaks. But a writer for Yahoo’s The Cutline says, the Wikileaks founder should have nothing to worry about, citing a possible loophole in U.S. law. “...the United States could have a hard time … considering that the Espionage Act--an antiquated statute--would also apply to any news organization that published the secret documents, along with anyone who discussed, blogged or even tweeted information from the still-classified documents.” Assange and his lawyers have seven days to appeal the ruling or Assange will head to Sweden. Follow Newsy_Videos on Twitter Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy Transcript by Newsy
26 Feb 2011
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BY SAMUEL JOSEPH ANCHOR MEGAN MURPHY You're watching multisource global video news analysis from Newsy. Iranian official Gholam Reza Jalali claims his country has suffered a second cyber attack allegedly aimed at Iran’s nuclear program- just like the Stuxnet virus which shut down key systems eight months earlier. CNN explains what this could mean. BRIAN TODD: “Visner and other experts say this attack, like the Stuxnet virus that hit the Iranians last year, may be a so called ‘zero day exploit.’ Like a patient zero case, it means the Iranians may not have had any warning, hadn’t seen anything like it before and didn’t know what to look for.” Iran has dubbed this new worm “Stars” and described it as an espionage virus -- but that’s about the extent of the information on it. According to a security expert interviewed by PCWorld... “Up until this point there have been no details or proof of the attack. There has been no mention of the worm's targets or its possible intent, simply a claim that it has happened.” But Iran’s description has many saying if this attack is real, it is likely not another Stuxnet. Network World has comments from the president of the National Board of Information Security Examiners, who says... “Everything is coming from this state-sponsored announcement of that specific individual... It looks like it is more of one of those focused direct phishing attacks, rather than something unique like Stuxnet.” So if Stars is likely not another Stuxnet, why is Iran so vocal about it? A blogger from ITworld says... “I just think Iran is more likely to use a phony or vastly-overblown second "attack" for a social-engineered counterattack (propaganda), than it is that it was able to intercept and neutralize a second virus of the same quality and potential effectiveness of Stuxnet.” Jalali says the Stars virus is under control and being studied. Follow Newsy_Videos on Twitter Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy Transcript by Newsy.
30 Apr 2011
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7 Aug 2011
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The espionage thriller begins in 1997, as shocking news reaches retired Mossad secret agents Rachel (Helen Mirren) and Stefan (Tom Wilkinson) about their former colleague David (Ciarán Hinds). All three have been venerated for decades by their country because of the mission that they undertook back in 1966, when the trio (portrayed, respectively, by Jessica Chastain, Marton Csokas, and Sam Worthington) tracked down Nazi war criminal Vogel (Jesper Christensen) in East Berlin. At great risk, and at considerable personal cost, the team's mission was accomplished - or was it? The suspense builds in and across two different time periods, with startling action and surprising revelations.
6 Dec 2011
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Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow review of Metal Gear Solid VR Missions, developed and published by Konami. First released as an expansion that came with the PlayStation cornerstone title Metal Gear Solid, VR Missions is over 300 mini-levels that will test your mettle in tactical espionage action as you control Solid Snake as you sneak and shoot your way through a plethora of guards, cameras, and other obstacles. This video game review features video gameplay footage of Metal Gear Solid VR Missions and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's Eric.
9 Nov 2012
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Spy Vs. Spy Review. Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow video game review of Spy Vs. Spy, an espionage game developed by First Star Software and published in 1988 by Kemco for the NES. Those mute master spies from the pages of MAD Magazine make their way to the NES with momentum, misdirection, malice, and other things that start with M. It's a good ol' case of cloak-and-dagger action as you scour a facility for the crucial evidence and escape via airplane... all the while working against the efforts of your counter-spy, who's after the same things you are. Your recourse? Booby traps, timed bombs, and the occasional knife in the back. Who said you only live twice? This CGRundertow video game review features video gameplay footage of Spy Vs. Spy for the NES and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's TJ.
17 Nov 2012
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Sad news to announce from the literary world, espionage writer Tom Clancy has passed away. The 66-year-old author died in a Baltimore hospital his publisher tells the New York Times. So far no other details about his death have been released. Tom is well known for his books including: The Hunt for Red October, Patriot Games and Clear and Present Danger. Many of Tom's books were turned into films. Our thoughts are with Tom's loved ones during this sad time!
3 Oct 2013
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Paris, 1742. A coffin floats in the shimmering Seine. On the lid, a word written in blood—Psalms. Inside, the body of a beautiful woman. Lia de Beaumont. Now her brother D’Eon searches for her killers, and discovers an evil so powerful it triggers unimaginable possibilities for vengeance. History meets horror. Fantasy meets mystery. Experience the next revolution in anime.
3 May 2007
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When the fiendish Dr. Malescue resurfaces, only one man has the courage, the wit, and the charm to defeat him! A 3-minute parody of a certain superspy created using stock footage and new voice-overs. Originally created for the StockStock film festival.
19 Aug 2007
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I feel like this is a must read book for all Black men to pick up. Andre Lewis is an official writer. I cant wait for the next one...Thanks for the knowledge its greatly appreciated. - Shyheim, The Manchild, Rapper/Actor When a prominent civil rights leader is assassinated and a White supremacy group steals a biological weapon which kills only blacks, Lenny Lenworth Peters, AKA Savage, stands as the Black races only hope for survival.
17 Nov 2007
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This documentary chronicles the history of the little known and secretive US Military Unit that worked behind the Iron Curtain during the Cold War. The United States Military Liaison Mission collected intelligence on the Soviet and East German miltary 'on the ground' and contributed to the the fall of the Soviet Empire in ways few people know about. A fascinating look at the brave soldiers who worked behind enemy lines In Plain Sight.
2 Jan 2008
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Bob Delaney worked as an undercover operative, bringing notorious mobsters to justice until he became a referee in the NBA. Learn his incredible story in COVERT.
9 Feb 2009
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