[FPSPACE] CIA Prepping for Possible Cyber Strike Against Russia

Dave C Fowler dcfowler at uoregon.edu
Sun Oct 16 22:52:21 EDT 2016


?Jim, are you actually saying out loud that you expect the Intelligence Community to reveal its sources, methods and intel? You know better than that.


Also the whole "CIA" story is pretty obvious misdirection as well, since they lack Title 10 authority to carry out offensive operations.


Dave




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Where can I see the evidence that the Russian government is behind the WikiLeaks hacking? Sounds to me the only real barrier to stealing those files was the crowd jamming the doorways leading in. Threatening an international confrontation by accusing another nation of aggression by their alleged role in exposing lies of one set of politicians seems a mighty desperate and dangerous [and hypocritical] tactic. In my view, Americans should be grateful to whoever it really was who brought those files into the open. Any American now complaining about that action shows they are angry they couldn't get away with their lying.

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From: "David R. Woods" <drwoods at stny.rr.com>
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Subject: [FPSPACE] CIA Prepping for Possible Cyber Strike Against Russia

The Obama administration is contemplating an unprecedented cyber covert
action against Russia in retaliation for alleged Russian interference in
the American presidential election, U.S. intelligence officials told NBC
News.

http://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/cia-prepping-possible-cyber-strike-against-russia-n666636

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