The Pentagon threw spy equipment in the DPRK, using employees of a charitable organization

The Pentagon used employees of the charitable organization "Humanitarian International Services Group" to transport spy equipment to North Korea, reports MIC with reference to CNN.


The Pentagon threw spy equipment in the DPRK, using employees of a charitable organization


“Employees of the Humanitarian International Services Group were used, in particular, for the delivery of radio beacons and other spy equipment,” said Mat Cole, a spokesman for Intercept, who was the first to know about this incident, in an interview.

According to him, "the operation was completed about three years ago." “Now the question arises how reasonable the Pentagon’s use of employees of charitable organizations was because they were at risk,” said Cole, noting that “most of the organization’s personnel were not informed about the operation.”

In turn, former CIA officer Bob Bayer said that "as a result of such actions, personnel of other charitable organizations in various parts of the world who may be suspected of espionage may be at risk."

According to him, the Pentagon proceeds from the following considerations: "Religious leaders and volunteers from the Peace Corps cannot be used for this purpose, since this is prohibited by law, but there is no such ban on employees of charitable organizations."

As the publication found out, it all began under Bush Jr. The military was very interested in the North Korean nuclear developments, and the information on this topic was zero. It was then that they invented a method of delivering radio transmitters and radioactive radiation analyzers to the DPRK. They were hiding among humanitarian supplies for needy Koreans.
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  1. Mama_Cholli 27 October 2015 17: 43 New
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    There will not be a single representative of such organizations in the DPRK. This refers to the living representative ....
    1. Vend 27 October 2015 17: 45 New
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      The US uses everyone and everything, and then throws it away. Well, like used toilet paper
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        jjj 27 October 2015 17: 53 New
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        It is as if someone (from normal ones) in Russia doubts that all these offices are spyware
      2. milann 27 October 2015 17: 56 New
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        Quote: Wend
        The US uses everyone and everything, and then throws it away. Well, like used toilet paper

        This striped water closet is once clogged, rather, it is already clogged, because every day it stinks more and more.
        1. APASUS 27 October 2015 18: 28 New
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          Quote: milann
          This striped water closet is once clogged, rather, it is already clogged, because every day it stinks more and more.

          The most interesting thing is what kind of reaction this information causes inside the country, which is practically known to the whole world among Americans, it causes a shock. The truth is even more interesting how they get out of this situation - they simply hypocritically admit that they are bad guys and EVERYTHING!
          1. barsik92090 27 October 2015 22: 51 New
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            Involuntarily you come to the conclusion that US actions in the outside world are a threat to the entire earthly (so far) civilization and stopping these "guys" means saving everyone else.
          2. barsik92090 27 October 2015 22: 51 New
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            Involuntarily you come to the conclusion that US actions in the outside world are a threat to the entire earthly (so far) civilization and stopping these "guys" means saving everyone else.
      3. YARUSSIAN39 27 October 2015 22: 19 New
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        For a long time they will not be able to scatter everyone like that .. everything comes to an end)
    2. Ruthless 27 October 2015 17: 45 New
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      An open secret, however. hi
      For these ghouls of Zaluzhinsky there is nothing sacred, therefore it is not surprising at all. am
      1. Sid.74 27 October 2015 17: 57 New
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        Aaaa !!! laughing The US Embassy worries that the Russian Aerospace Forces are bombing Jabkhat an-Nusru (Al-Qaida) in Syria.

        Well, why worry so much about terrorists? laughing

        And suddenly ... fellow
        Financial Times: Even if the Syrian operation lasts a whole year, they will spend the entire 3% of the military budget of the Russian Federation on it.
      2. 222222 27 October 2015 20: 11 New
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        Ruthless SU Today, 17:45 ↑ New
        Open Secret, however. "
        ..and why the past tense ?? ((.. Pentagon threw spy equipment in ...) ... laughing
    3. Tor5
      Tor5 27 October 2015 19: 19 New
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      It was, is and will be. Humpback only grave and correct.
    4. Zoldat_A 28 October 2015 00: 24 New
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      Quote: Mama_Cholli
      There will not be a single representative of such organizations in the DPRK.

      Is it better here? Found than to surprise! All these human rights groups in Helsinki have long gone to the cattle car, to the barge and to Washington by cash on delivery. For a long time these offices had to be stifled. Maybe a lot of things in our history of the last 30 years of shame would not have been without these "humanists" ...
  2. Vladimyrych 27 October 2015 17: 44 New
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    All "philanthropic" organizations advocating for-all-good-versus-all-bad all of them are agents of influence in those countries where they work. Even “Doctors Without Borders” are testers of new drugs in third-class people (in their opinion, the former colonies are such). They can’t be trusted and no one can work even close to their borders, not to mention the territory of the Russian Federation.
  3. svetoruss 27 October 2015 17: 44 New
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    I never doubted that the States were capable of any meanness ... It is enough to recall the story with blankets for the Indians.
  4. Asadullah 27 October 2015 17: 46 New
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    but there is no such prohibition against employees of charitable organizations ”


    laughing Okay so! An open secret, but still, they passed all the secrets of the circus. So you look after three years and talk about Boeing. Spies, damn it.
  5. Vladimir 1964 27 October 2015 17: 50 New
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    As the publication found out, it all began under Bush Jr. The military was very interested in the North Korean nuclear developments, and the information on this topic was zero. It was then that they invented a method of delivering radio transmitters and radioactive radiation analyzers to the DPRK. They were hiding among humanitarian supplies for needy Koreans.


    The old news, Koreans owned information on this issue and quite professionally used this information. So the Americans did not get hold of any serious information in this direction. The Koreans are not stupid, they didn’t make a fuss about it, since humanitarian aid was urgently needed.

    Something like this, Dear colleagues. hi Five to six years ago, this situation was actively exaggerated in the press.
    1. jjj
      jjj 27 October 2015 17: 54 New
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      At the same time, they shared devices with the Chinese. For cloning
  6. svp67 27 October 2015 17: 56 New
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    Well, the DPRK authorities, well, "annealed." This is a clear excuse, but was it an interesting occasion? Real, not fictitious. Does anyone really believe that the equipment available at Amers does not allow to receive enough necessary information, without such tricks here. But everyone believes in his own.
  7. Same lech 27 October 2015 17: 57 New
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    The Pentagon threw spy equipment in the DPRK, using employees of a charitable organization


    The techniques and methods for collecting information are very diverse and numerous.

    Today, Western intelligence agencies are usually employees of various missions, foundations, consulates, etc., etc.

    Do not hesitate to use these scumbags to use international organizations such as the OSCE or the IAEA.
    I remember what commissions were sent to IRAQ during the HUSSEIN period stuffed with intelligence officers and espionage equipment
    allegedly looking for nuclear and chemical weapons, but actually collected data on all military facilities of the Iraqi army.

    Since then, nothing has changed and in the DPR, for these purposes, the PENTAGON uses the OSCE, some of whose employees are simultaneously engaged in frank intelligence activities in favor of UKRAINE and NATO.
  8. iliitchitch 27 October 2015 17: 58 New
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    "under threat, personnel of other organizations ... blah blah, the report was submitted, ku, to the ATM for s / pl."
    weekend at home. Substitute, why are these not of this world? You have the most powerful missile defense system in the world, which even the nightmarish Putin recalls (sometimes), although he does not care. AND HERE, SUDDENLY, START, IN ALASKA! How about knocking down? WHAT can the pauper Sev.Korea create supernaturally so that you would expose these unfortunate casualties to kazZly?
  9. Hubun 27 October 2015 18: 00 New
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    as if North Korea hadn't thrown anything into Petagon using a trivial carrier with a trivial warhead
  10. engineer74 27 October 2015 18: 02 New
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    “Religious figures and volunteers from the Peace Corps cannot be used for this purpose, since it is prohibited by law, ...

    Haha, 3 times! Now it is these organizations that need to be shaken up for "unfriendly activities"! wink
  11. MIKHAN 27 October 2015 18: 08 New
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    We in Russia also realized what kind of charity it was (in the 90s) Yes, and now they’re fooling us from the west, especially our children .. It’s easier for them to poke around and corrupt their souls ... They won’t get bastards! angry
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      MSL 27 October 2015 23: 03 New
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      That's right, children’s and youthful PATRIOTIC organizations are needed, preferably massive ones, you can’t give up education to virtual games and the Internet. And someone should do this except for the parents.
  12. anti-Semite 27 October 2015 18: 11 New
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    these guys are “human rights activists” back in the first Chechen one, so there’s nothing new, in this regard, the expulsion of NGOs from Russia becomes a matter of state importance
  13. Million 27 October 2015 18: 18 New
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    I can imagine how many such equipment is crammed in Russia
    1. Mercury 27 October 2015 19: 10 New
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      Snowden will tell
  14. roskot 27 October 2015 18: 48 New
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    in this regard, the expulsion of NGOs from Russia becomes a matter of state importance

    I applaud standing.
  15. Sorokin 27 October 2015 18: 55 New
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    Nothing needs to be imagined. It’s enough to go into any of their sectocurch, a dime a dozen, and everything is clear.
  16. Peresvet_613 27 October 2015 19: 11 New
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    Somehow I wasn’t even surprised) It's time to drive out any Amer organizations and religious organizations in particular for cardon
  17. KRIG55 27 October 2015 20: 11 New
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    Where at least for a moment the foot of a representative of an exceptional nation lingers, be sure to wait for some nasty things. Such they are in life.
  18. kepmor 27 October 2015 20: 41 New
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    Quote: jjj
    It is as if someone (from normal ones) in Russia doubts that all these offices are spyware

    No one doubts, you are absolutely right! But at the same time, the most Jewish-Russophobic structure of the media, Ekho Moskvy, is funded by the public domain of GAZPROM! This is how normal people should understand this?
  19. Tusv 27 October 2015 21: 51 New
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    I was in North Korea - thousands of narrow eyes look at you everywhere, but you really feel like a god. Poor American spies they are nobody there and no matter how. Even an honest American will pretend to be hard crying
  20. chunga-changa 27 October 2015 22: 00 New
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    I think everything that was imported into Korea was examined in a magnifying glass on a grain by special comrades and more than once. T.ch. most likely all these sensors were found and showed the Pentagon something that they decided to allow a "leak". Like - we know that you know, stop shouting into the microphone - "Bush ...", at our telephonists we’re losing consciousness.
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    MSL 27 October 2015 23: 00 New
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    The Pentagon proceeds from the following considerations: “Religious figures and volunteers from the Peace Corps cannot be used for this purpose, since it is prohibited by law, but there is no such prohibition against employees of charitable organizations”
    Well naive, everything that can be used.
  22. saygon66 27 October 2015 23: 09 New
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    - In 90, in Central Asia, the “office” under the name “Peace Corps” was doing the same thing ... We were sitting in Tashkent under the roof of the UN mission, using the post-perestroika mess traveled around the former Soviet republics - they peacefully, like ...
  23. Old26 27 October 2015 23: 29 New
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    Quote: Vladimir 1964
    Five to six years ago, this situation was actively exaggerated in the press.

    Yes, somewhere in 2008-2009 a lot was said and written about this. The DPRK special services beat the Americans, but did not make a fuss. And about the fact that all Americans use it - this is the rule of all intelligence services. If it will be profitable to use all, and priests including

    Quote: Hubun
    as if North Korea hadn't thrown anything into Petagon using a trivial carrier with a trivial warhead

    Calm down, do not abandon. Nothing ...
  24. atamankko 27 October 2015 23: 39 New
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    For the "exceptional" there is nothing sacred, like our liberals.
  25. dukalis 28 October 2015 03: 42 New
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    Heh, and that after such news, citizens of the pseudo-patriotic lebrals will beeping about the law on NGOs? Sobchak and every shushar hello !!!