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 MI5/6/SIS Modus Operandi
     Wiretapping in UK`s
Embassies From The Basement
    UK`s Embassy in Chile
Santiago & MI5 Agent in Work
     - Early Days... 8/7/11
Hi.Res. Photo - MI5/6/SIS Modus
 Operandi Wiretapping in UK`s
 Embassies From The Basement
Needless to say: find this page in top of any
      real search engine in a second

 "Amerikanske Shapionske" Comedy SVR Spy
 Scandal Big Blow 2010 - The Movie in 2 Parts
               15/11/10 Watch
 Russia State TV: 4 CIA Spies Include Robert
 Hanssen Case Figure in 10 SVR Spies Swap in
                 Vienna -
   Israeli MK Proposes: Ban Free
        Newspapers in Israel
Suspect KGB/SVR Agent of Influance
  Israeli MK Soviet Origin Marina
    Solodkin - USSR born in 1952
    Immigrated from Russia 1991
MK Proposes: Ban Free Newspapers - MK Marina
          Solodkin (Kadima) has submitted
a legislative proposal to ban the free distribution of
               newspapers (IsraelNews)

       Sullivan & The Salahis Joke
  Keep Silent Please ! Mr. Sullivan is
            Sleeping Here...

 US Secret Service Director Mark J. Sullivan
    Congressional Testimony 3/12/09-
Salahis Security Breach Found on Facebook -
 Norton Grills USSS Director Sullivan -

Surveillance Video
 FBI Arrest FBI
 DailyMotion FBI
   Arrest FBI KGB
    Spy Hanssen                       -

Alternative Short Version Youtube FBI Arrest FBI
             KGB Spy Hanssen -

 For The First Time We Expose The KGB/SVR
Archive Original Video Starring in The Begining
Master Spy Gen. Vadim Kirpichenko on Theft of
 US Nuclear Secrets - The Document in Russian
                 Only 15/5/10
                 The Theft of The Atom
                  Bomb - KGB Version
The main characters of this KGB Hall of Fame Movie - Russian intelligence, which is
now called "Big Five Nuclear": Kvasnikov, Yatskov, Barkowski, Semenov, Feklisov
     as well as foreign scientists, who helped them, in particular, Klaus Fuchs.

            Youtube Shorter Version 7 Minutes -
            The Theft of The Atom Bomb - KGB
                  Version Summary -

           The Theft of The Atom Bomb KGB Version Hall of
           Fame - NKVD/MGB/KGB Jewish Lt.Col. Semyon
           Semyonov Taubman /Semen Markovitch Semenov
           born into a poor Jewish family in Odessa.Moscow
           Textile Institute graduate and postgraduate studies
           at MIT in the U.S. Fluent in English and French. As
           a Russian official of the Amtorg (New York office of
           AMTORG, the Soviet/Russian trade organization
           serving as a front for the GRU/KGB/SVR) Trading
           Corp., Soviet purchasing agency with American
           headquarters in New York City, Semenov directed
           Harry Gold's activities as an espionage courier from
           1940 to 1944. The Rosenbergs were placed under
           the control of Semyon Semyonov (whom the FBI
           knew as Semen Semenov). One of the KGB`s most
           active and efficient workers of scientific and
           technical intelligence. Had to connect up to 20
agents on the line. In 1950 in connection with the so-
called "The Doctors Plot" alleged conspiracy to
eliminate the leadership of the Soviet Union by
selected Jewish doctors poisoning top leadership
(Stalin's Anti-Semitic fabrication case set up by
Stalin according to Khrushchev ).KGB has started
cleaning the KGB of persons of Jewish nationality.
Despite the significant positive results in the work,
Semenov was dismissed. Semenov forced to retire
with no state pension.He was fired from security
bodies without the right to retire.He worked in a
textile mill boiler and as a translator in a publishing
house.Only 23 years after his dismissal at the
request of his intelligence chief Semyon Semyonov
set a personal pension USSR - 120 rubles ...The
Atom Spy Semen Markovitch Semenov died in
1986.For carrying out special assignments in
scientific and technical intelligence, including
nuclear issues,he was awarded the Order of the Red
Star and Red Banner of Labor.
Dead Semenov today is a decorated KGB hero in
The Theft of The Atom Bomb KGB Version -
Official Hall of Fame Video Clip.

     The Theft of The Atom
      Bomb - MI5 Version
'Jim' Skardon and Henry Arnold - MI5`s chief
interrogator, William 'Jim' Skardon (left), with the
Harwell security officer, Henry Arnold. Though
there was no usable evidence capable of convicting
Fuchs, Skardon`s sympathetic questioning
eventually coaxed a confession from him.In
developing the atom bomb Fuchs worked on this
project in the US from 1943 to 1945. On returning
to the UK Fuchs worked for the Atomic Energy
Research Establishment Harwell.
Emil Julius Klaus Fuchs and Harry Gold - The
Home Office gave way, and two FBI officers, Hugh
Clegg and Robert Lamphere, arrived to interview
Fuchs...Information from Fuchs made it possible to
identify his most important Soviet intelligence
contact in the United States as the industrial
chemist Harry Gold, who provided further evidence
on the Rosenberg spy-ring and other Soviet agents
in America.(40)
(40)`Extract from statement made by Dr. Fuchs to the FBI`, 26 may
1950, TNA KV 2/I255,s.689a
(Chritoper Andrew "The Defence of the Realm -
The Authorized History of MI5" 2009, Page

      The Theft of The Atom
     Bomb - KGB Documents
Original KGB Document - Stolen Copy of
Nagasaki`s Nuclear Bomb Design From US by
  KGB Spy (Source - KGB/SVR Archive)
Original KGB Document - Action Planning
Against US Nuclear Facilities 1944 (Source -
           KGB/SVR Archive)
    Russia TV`s Theft of US
   Atomic Files KGB Spy Abel

   FBI History - Famous Cases - Rudolph Ivanovich
              Abel (Hollow Nickel Case)

       KGB/SVR "Family
     Members" in UN NYC in
       "Gifts Daily Tour "
 Number 1 - Vasili V. Averyanov Soviet worker in UN NYC clears a
drop in NY /// Number 2 - Yuri S. Serpokrylov , 1th Secretary Soviet
               Mission in UN NYC clears a drop in NJ
CIA Report Russian Kermlin and Pro
 Kremlin Oligarchs Controling the
      Russian Internet - PDF

 Outside The Movie “Breach” : The
KGB Super Spy Victor Cherkashin The
 Man Who Recruited Robert Hanssen
  and Aldrich Ames - Operates The
        KGB/CIA Cinema...
CIA v. CIA - FBI Arrest of Aldrich Ames & KGB
   Arrest of GRU Maj. Gen. Dmitri Polyakov
          KGB Officer,Victor Cherkashin

"Suspiciuos about Polyakov were further confirme in
  1979 when an FBI agent in New York contacted
  AMTORG...That FBI agent was a junior officer
             named Robert Hanssen."

            SPY HANDLER - Page 112

   "Polyakov was one of many spies put on trial
  following the KGB`s recruitment of Ames and
 Hanssen during and after the so called Year of the
                  Spy,1985. "

            SPY HANDLER - Page 113

"Hanssen allowed us to penetrate U.S. Intelligence to
  such a degree that we came to regard him as our
  greatest assest , surpassing even Aldrich Ames "

             SPY HANDLER - Page 225

"Hanssen was a computer and electronic technology
                    whiz "

    SPY HANDLER - (Russian Link) - Page 231

Soon the junior FBI special agent began his first stint
 as a spy.Hanssen walked into the New York office of
AMTORG, the Soviet trade organization serving as a
     front for the GRU,and volunteered to provide
intelligence.During the following months, he exposed
 Dimitri Polyakov and gave GRU a secret FBI list of
    Soviet diplomats suspected of being intelligence

             SPY HANDLER - Page 232

 "I selected a rezidentura Line KR officer to handle
most of the operational work.He`s been identified as
   Alexander Fevfelov in previous accounts of the
Hanssen case. and I`ll continue calling him that.The
 young officer had never taken part in an operation
  before, so he couldn`t be identified by the FBI"

             SPY HANDLER - Page 235

 "The information Hanssen provided Moscow was
worth tens of bilions of dollars.He supplied the KGB
 and then the SVR with thausands of documents ,
 many on twenty-seven computer disks containing
          information from FBI servers"

             SPY HANDLER - Page 245

 "I found out later that it was Mislock`s computer
Robert Hanssen had hacked in 1992 to prove the FBI
     system wasn`t secure.Mislock was chief of
counterintelligence operations against Russia at the

            SPY HANDLER - Page 292

   SPY HANDLER , Memoir of a KGB Officer,
   Victor Cherkashin with Gregory Feifer 2005

 Aldrich Ames, Moscow's master spy inside CIA, being
handcuffed & arrested by FBI agents as he leans against
                 his Jaguar 21/2/94
Note found by FBI in 1993 in trash of Aldrich Ames on a
  meeting with his KGB contact in Bogota, Columbia.
CIA agent Valeri Martynov, KGB Lt. Col. in Wash., DC,
 betrayed by Aldrich Ames executed in Moscow in 1987

  CIA Fallout in Afghanistan 12/1/10
        The Invention of the Wheel
"No intelligence source in a war zone is brought into
  a base of any kind without being checked and
  screened. When your principal adversary uses
suicide vests as a standard tactic that is doubly true.
No source of any kind, no matter where, needs to be
brought into a facility and put in proximity to 13 or
   14 officers. Even absent a terrorist threat, the
potential compromise of officers' identities and base
     capabilities is enormous and unwarranted."
          (Charles S. Faddis. CNN 11/1/10)
Charles S. Faddis is a retired CIA operations officer
 and the former head of the CIA's unit focused on
    fighting terrorism involving weapons of mass
Bomber Got Onto Khost CIA Base & Killed 7 CIA
Agents & 1 Jordanian Intel. Officer Captain Sharif
              Ali bin Zeid Al Aun
    Bomber Being Recruited As CIA Source
             Al Qaeda Site Hero Poster
5 Killed CIA Agents Left to Right: Ex Navy Seal &
Ex Atlanta Police Officer Scott Michael Roberson,
   Ex Navy Seal Jeremy Wise, Harold E. Brown
         Jr.,Dane Paresi,Elizabeth Hanson.
The Jordaian Bomber Humam Khalil Abu-Mulal al-
   Balawi Being Recruited As CIA Source & His
 Turkish Wife Defne Bayrak Mother of His 2 Kids
  Said She is `Proud of His Work` Al-Qaeda Sites
                 Spread Her Video
Triangle Trap in CIA Khost Blast - Informer - Dead
Jordnian Intel Spy & Turkish Informer`s Wife -

  Bomber Humam Khalil Abu-Mulal al-Balawi
Turkish Wife Defne Bayrak Proud of Killing 7 CIA
                  Agents -

     il video testamento del kamikaze di Khost

 Proud CIA Bomber Humam Khalil Abu-Mulal al-
      Balawi Greetings From Paradise -

CIA Agent Harold E. Brown, Jr. Killed in Khost CIA
      Base Bombing Laid To Rest 9/1/10 -

    DOJ/FBI/Court Files - Shamai
 Leibowitz FBI LINGUIST 18/12/09 &
   Shamai Leibowitz FBI LINGUIST Has Begun
  Serving His Prison Term - Download Court PDF

Shamai Leibowitz, a former FBI linguist who pleaded guilty to
      the unauthorized disclosure of classified intelligence
 information to an unidentified blogger, reported to prison this
  week, his attorney said (pdf). Leibowitz has begun serving a
 twenty-month sentence at the Federal Correctional Institution
               (FCI) - Low in Petersburg, Virginia
  FBI LINGUIST Shamai Leibowitz LEAKED
            DOJ PDF 18/12/09

   Shamai Leibowitz FBI LINGUIST

  U S Scientist Accused of Trying to Sell Secrets to
  Israel - FBI Monthly Trap Download Now - PDF
  Youtube Special Notice to Video Holders Concern
                   Kyle Hatcher

 Video KGB/SVR/CIA Spy Harold James
"Jim" Nicholson “Batman” Family in FBI
    Trap 8/09 - Coded Yahoo E-Mails
Son of Imprisoned Spy Pleads Guilty to
Two Counts of Federal Indictment
Defendant Admits Role as Agent of the Russian
Federation and in Money Laundering Conspiracy

Oregon - August 27, 2009

Portland, Ore. – Acting U.S. Attorney Kent S. Robinson announced today
that Nathaniel James Nicholson, 25, of Eugene, Oregon, appeared before
U.S. District Judge Anna J. Brown and pled guilty to the crimes of
conspiracy to act as an agent of a foreign government and conspiracy to
commit money laundering. The maximum penalties for those crimes are
five years in prison and a fine of $250,000, and 20 years in prison and a
fine of $500,000, respectively. Judge Brown scheduled sentencing on
January 25, 2010. Nicholson’s father, Harold J. Nicholson, a former
Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) employee, is serving a 283-month
sentence at the Federal Correctional Institution (FCI) in Sheridan, Oregon,
for a 1997 conviction of conspiracy to commit espionage. The government
alleges that defendant Harold J. Nicholson, working through his son
Nathaniel J. Nicholson, received cash proceeds for his past espionage
activities from agents of the Russian Federation between 2006 and 2008.
Nathaniel J. Nicholson, who has been on pre-trial release, admitted in his
plea that he met with his father, Harold J. Nicholson at the prison in
Sheridan on several occasions. At these meetings, he received information
and directions from his father regarding his contact with agents of the
Russian Federation. Defendant admitted he traveled to several locations
outside the United States, met with agents of the Russian Federation, and
received money in return. Nicholson admitted to receiving instructions
from an agent of the Russian Federation to obtain information from his
father Harold J. Nicholson. After collecting money from the Russian
Federation, he disbursed the money to family members as directed by
Harold J. Nicholson. In entering his plea of guilty, defendant admitted the
funds he received from the Russian Federation were proceeds of his
father’s past espionage activities. Defendant further admitted traveling to
the following international locations and returning to Portland, Oregon
with funds received from the Russian Federation:Defendant returned to
Portland, Oregon on December 17, 2006 from Mexico City, Mexico with
approximately $10,000 he received from an agent of the Russian
Federation.Defendant returned to Portland, Oregon on July 12, 2007 from
Mexico City, Mexico with approximately $9,080 received from an agent of
the Russian Federation. Defendant returned to Portland, Oregon on
December 13, 2007 from Lima, Peru with approximately $7,013 received
from an agent of the Russian Federation. Defendant returned to Portland,
Oregon on December 14, 2008 from Cyprus carrying approximately
$9,500 received from an agent of the Russian Federation.
As part of the plea, the defendant agreed to forfeit the $9,500 seized by the
Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) on December 15, 2008 upon his
return from Cyprus. Additionally, as part of the plea, he has agreed to
testify on behalf of the government about his conduct involving his father
and the Russian Federation between 2006 and 2008.“In his guilty plea
today, Nathaniel Nicholson acknowledged his role in the ongoing
conspiracy with his father to collect money from the Russian Federation
for his father’s past espionage activity,” stated Acting U.S. Attorney
Robinson. “His plea and his agreement to provide truthful testimony show
his willingness to accept responsibility for his actions.” "Nathaniel
Nicholson traveled the globe to collect money from and pass information
to Russian agents on behalf of his imprisoned father, one of the highest-
ranking CIA officials ever convicted of espionage. By doing so, Nathanial
joined his father's long-running criminal scheme to provide information to
Russia for financial gain. I applaud the many agents, analysts and
prosecutors whose tireless efforts helped bring about this guilty plea," said
David Kris, Assistant Attorney General for National Security.“Despite
imprisonment, convicted spy Harold Nicholson was able to profit from his
previous acts of espionage by continuing to collect money from the
Russian Federation through his son, Nathaniel James Nicholson,” said
Executive Assistant Director Arthur M. Cummings, II, of the FBI National
Security Division. “Today’s plea comes only after countless hours of
dedicated effort by FBI investigators and analysts in Portland working with
our partners to uncover the Nicholsons’ activities and once again disrupt
their acts to profit from providing information to the Russian
Federation.”The Federal Bureau of Investigation, and the Federal Bureau
of Prisons (BOP) investigated this case. Assistant U. S. Attorneys Pamala
Holsinger and Ethan Knight are prosecuting this case. Trial Attorney
Patrick Murphy of the Counterespionage Section of the Justice
Department’s National Security Division is also assisting.(USDOJ)

   FBI Affidavit USA v. Harold James
     Nicholson & Nathaniel James
         Nicholson - PDF
FBI Search Warrant USA v. Harold
James Nicholson & Nathaniel James
         Nicholson - PDF

KGB/SVR Nicholson Dynasty in US -
 Left :"Jim" Aka “Batman” Right:

Video US Diplomat / Alleged CIA Spy
   Cheri Leberknight in FSB Trap
Alternative Video Link Youtube - Russia TV US
Diplomat / Alleged CIA Spy Cheri Leberknight in
            FSB Trap 30/11/99 -
    US Diplomat / CIA Spy Cheri Leberknight in
           Moscow FSB Arrest 30/11/99

 Video US Diplomat / Alleged CIA Spy
    Kyle Hatcher in FSB Trap 8/09
    The Second Russian News Site & The Video
           Content -       Still Works 26/1/12

U.S. Diplomat Named In Purported Sex Video

10 August 2009
By Anna Malpas / The Moscow Times

A senior U.S. diplomat in Moscow was caught up in a sex
scandal on Friday, after a grainy video that purports to show
him meeting prostitutes was picked up by national
newspapers.The man is named as Kyle Hatcher, the second
secretary of the U.S. Embassy, in the video, which was
originally published Thursday on The video
was covered in Izvestia and Komsomolskaya Pravda on
Friday.Izvestia ran a story headlined “An American Diplomat
Knows How to Negotiate With Russian Tarts,” while
Komsomolskaya Pravda headlined its story “Smut: The Sin of
a Diplomat.”A spokeswoman for the U.S. Embassy said she
was aware of the story but that she could not comment or
confirm whether Hatcher works at the embassy.Hatcher’s cell
phone was switched off Friday afternoon.His work involves
meetings with Russian Orthodox Church priests, a fact
mentioned in the news coverage. The web site of the Moscow
Patriarchate writes that he attended a meeting between
Patriarch Kirill and U.S. Ambassador John Beyrle on July
3.His profile on the networking web site says he
became a foreign service officer in 2007 after working as a
financial analyst at the Treasury Department. The Izvestia
story says the makers of the video approached Hatcher with a
blackmail demand and published the video after he
approached embassy officials for help.The heavily edited
video does not show any sex and is too grainy for the man’s
face to be clearly identifiable. It begins with recordings of a
man speaking Russian with a foreign accent, who talks to
women called Tina, Sonya and Veronika on the telephone and
arranges meetings. One of the addresses is on Kutuzovsky
Prospekt.The film also shows a man in winter clothing talking
on the phone on a snowy street.It then cuts to a hotel room
with a man in a T-shirt and shorts lying on the bed. He stands
on a chair and checks something close to the camera. A
woman comes in and the couple are shown undressing and
walking to the bathroom.The article on says the
scenes were filmed in March. It also insinuates that Hatcher
works for the CIA.The web site’s chief editor, Vladimir
Alexandrov, said in e-mailed comments Sunday that the video
came from a “proven and trustworthy source,” declining to
elaborate.The same web site ran a video showing a man
resembling British diplomat James Hudson having sex with
two prostitutes in July. Hudson, who served as the deputy
consul general in Yekaterinburg, resigned from the Foreign
Office after The Sun covered in the story.(The Moscow Times)
Left First:US Diplomat / CIA Spy Kyle Hatcher &
 Left Third:US Ambassador to Russia in Moscow

  After Spies Hacking FBI Systems - Israeli Spy
            Arrest by FBI 4/08 - 5/09
   Spies Hacking FBI & CIA Systems
Hanssen Hacking Heritage - Hizbollah Style in FBI
        & CIA Systems November 2007
  Hizbollah Spy NADA NADIM PROUTY Plea
               Agreement - PDF
FOX TV - Mole Busted in FBI & CIA HQ - 14/11/07

FOX TV - Mole Busted in FBI & CIA
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NBC TV - Mole Busted in FBI & CIA HQ - 14/11/07
NBC TV - Mole Busted in FBI & CIA
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  WUSA9 TV - Mole Busted in FBI & CIA HQ -
                  14/11/07 -

 WUSA9 TV - Mole Busted in FBI &
       CIA Enlarge Window -

   Hezbollah Shish Kebabs Spy Ring in FBI/CIA
Systems.Left to Right:Nada Nadim Prouty FBI/CIA
     Agent.Nada Prouty's brother-in-law Talal
    Chahine.Prouty's sister and the wife of Talal
 Chahine Elfat El Aouar.Marines Corps captain in
  Iraq Samar Spinelli. Spinelli conspired with two
former roommates the case - Nada Nadim Prouty &
  Elfat El Aouar.No photo yet - A third sister, Dr.
 Rula Nadim El Aouar Negotiations are under way
          to enable her to avoid criminal charges, but
                  surrender her citizenship...

      Nada Prouty's brother-in-law Talal Chahine sitting
       in a place of prominence to the right of Hezbollah
        Spiritual Leader Sheikh Modhammed Fadlallah,
      who issued the fatwa authorizing the Marine Corps
      barracks bombing of October 1983. At the time of
       the above photo, Prouty was a FBI Special Agent.
                    (Source:US Government)
 USDOJ OIG Special Report: A Review of the FBI’s Progress in
Responding to the Recommendations in the Office of the Inspector
            General Report on Robert Hanssen 9/07

      Hanssen Hacking Heritage - Philippine Style in FBI
                    Systems July 2007
     Master Spy
  Hanssen : Internet
    & Computers
UPDATE 2/3/07 - The Movie “Breach,” Opened in

 Outside The Movie “Breach”
 To Catch A Spy - The Wrong
        CIA Man -
3/2/2007 9:59:53 AM

Eric O'Neill, Former FBI Agent, Robert Hanssen Case

Eric O'Neill, Former FBI Agent, Robert Hanssen Case gives a
detailed look into the Robert Hanssen spy case. Mr. O'Neill
was an FBI agent involved in catching Mr. Hanssen. The FBI
forbade Mr. O’Neill to speak publicly until recently. Mr.
O’Neill served as a special consultant to the movie “Breach,”
which opened in theaters.
Official Website of The Movie "Breach"
New movie shows FBI rookie's role in catching spy

WASHINGTON (Washingtonpost/Reuters) - Eric O'Neill was
a young,FBI surveillance operative when recruited for a new
assignment: help catch perhaps the most damaging spy in U.S.
history. O'Neill was assigned to FBI headquarters in January
2001 in an undercover role to assist veteran FBI special agent
Robert Hanssen, a suspected mole who had been
compromised by the Russians.An FBI team of hundreds
investigating Hanssen hoped the 26-year-old O'Neill, who was
not even an agent, would gain Hanssen's trust and help catch
him in the act of passing U.S. secrets.Hanssen's arrest six
years ago, his subsequent guilty plea to more than 20 years of
spying and his sentence of life in prison are well known, but
details of O'Neill's role were scarce until the recent release of
the movie "Breach," based on his story.In the Universal
Pictures' film, actor Ryan Phillippe stars as O'Neill, while
Academy Award winner Chris Cooper plays Hanssen.In an
interview, O'Neill talked about the notorious case now made
famous by Hollywood, saying he was amazed the FBI would
bring in someone so young for such a mission."These cases
come up once every several decades," O'Neill said.FBI
officials said O'Neill's background in computers helped get
him the assignment. Hanssen was reassigned on January 13,
2001, to a newly created job at headquarters to help revamp
the FBI's computer system.But the assignment created so the
FBI team could monitor Hanssen's daily activities without
tipping him to their investigation."We hoped he (O'Neill)
could pull it off without arousing suspicion," said one FBI
agent. "They took a chance on him."At one point, O'Neill
almost got caught in one of the movie's most dramatic scenes.


Hanssen left his office as arranged to go to the FBI's firing
range. Hollywood enhanced the story line to have him also
lose patience at a picture-taking session for a portrait to
commemorate 25 years with the bureau.While the veteran
agent was gone, O'Neill took Hanssen's Palm Pilot and copied
information but nearly got caught because he almost put it
back in the wrong pocket of Hanssen's briefcase."I sat there
thinking I've just ruined this entire operation," O'Neill said.
"That was the worst."It turned out O'Neill had put the hand-
held device back in the correct pocket. Hanssen asked him if
he had been in his briefcase. "I just lied the best I could and
convinced him," O'Neill said.Court documents said the device
contained a specific upcoming date, time and reference to the
site in nearby Virginia where Hanssen and the Russians
exchanged information. The details led to Hanssen's arrest.In
another scene, O'Neill had to keep Hanssen away from
headquarters so FBI agents could search his car. The quick-
thinking O'Neill first got them stuck in a traffic jam and then
convinced Hanssen to get back into the car instead of walking
back to headquarters. The evidence obtained from that search
included secret documents about ongoing FBI
counterintelligence investigations, among other things,
according to the court records. The government contended
Hanssen's disclosures were among the most damaging ever to
U.S. interests. O'Neill could not even tell his wife, Juliana,
about the real purpose of his mission, which created tension in
their new marriage. "It was very difficult to lie to her, but I
was required to. That just goes with the job," O'Neill said.
After Hanssen's arrest on February 18, 2001, O'Neill went
back to his old job and decided to leave the FBI in May 2001.
In the movie, he packed up his desk on the day Hanssen was
arrested. "The hardest decision I made was to leave the FBI,"
O'Neill said. "I just decided that this wasn't the sort of life I
wanted to live." A graduate of George Washington University
law school, he now works for a law firm in Washington,
specializing in national defense. The movie provided no
definitive reason why Hanssen sold out his country for $1.4
million in cash and diamonds. It does have Hanssen
speculating after his arrest that another American spy might
have acted because of ego or an urge to expose lax U.S.

1. Jailing in Russia of Supermole Following Hanssen
Arrest - Unique exposure

15/6/03 - Moscow revealed that a Russian intelligence officer
who had settled in the United States had been lured back
home and arrested.Aleksandr Zaporozhsky, a former colonel
in the S.V.R., Russia's foreign intelligence service, has been
sentenced to 18 years in jail for spying for the United States,
Russian officials disclosed.Mr. Zaporozhsky had been living in
Maryland but in November 2001 was somehow induced to
return to Moscow, where he was quietly arrested and
jailed.Russian news reports of his sentencing suggested that
he had been drawn into an ambush because he was suspected
of helping the United States identify and arrest Robert P.
Hanssen, who admitted to being a Russian mole inside the
F.B.I. In addition to the Russian news media, The Los Angeles
Times reported on Mr. Zaporozhsky's case .Apart from the
timing of Mr. Hanssen's arrest, which occurred several
months before Mr. Zaporozhsky was seized in Moscow, there
is no available evidence to support the Russian news accounts
that Mr. Zaporozhsky played a role in the Hanssen case.
C.I.A. officials declined to comment on the matter.Russian
FSB investigators believe that agents inside their own
intelligence service provided information that led to the
arrests of Aldrich H. Ames and Mr. Hanssen, the two most
important Russian spies discovered in the past decade inside
the American government.In the Hanssen case, the Federal
Bureau of Investigation has acknowledged that it received
information from a Russian source that led to Mr. Hanssen's
arrest. That source is not the same person who provided help
in the Ames case, officials said. The Russian source in the
Hanssen case provided files and other materials from Russian
intelligence archives that identified Mr. Hanssen as a
longtime spy for Moscow. Among the materials the source
provided was the plastic that Mr. Hanssen had used to wrap
classified F.B.I. documents when he left them for the Russians
at clandestine drop sites in the Washington area. After
obtaining the plastic from the Russian source, the bureau
found Mr. Hanssen's fingerprints on the wrapping.
After handing over the files used in the Hanssen case, the
Russian source defected and was paid $7 million by the
United States for his assistance, according to a book about the
case by David Wise. The Russian's identity remains a closely
guarded secret in the United States government.American
officials believe Russian intelligence is still concentrating on
the United States, aggressively trying to recruit American
spies who can hand over technical, economic and political

2. Jailing in Russia of Supermole After Hanssen
Arrest - Russian TV Combined Video

Many stories have emerged about how the CIA tracked down
Hanssen.According to this Russian version - Investigation on
Alexander's Zaporozhsky business last almost one and a half
year. 30 witnesses, the majority of them - operating(working)
and former employees of the Russian FSB. The judge of the
Moscow district military court has read a verdict of one and a
half hour, journalists have allowed to be present only on in the
final part. All rest - the state secret. The head of the Center of
public relations of FSB Sergey Ignatchenko said: " If it was in
the USA, at least, he could get life imprisonment , or electric
chair ".
Alexander Zaporozhsky started to work in 1975, in KGB, then
in SVR in a department, engaged in recruitment of informants
in the USA. An excellent track record.Unexpectedly for the
colleagues in 1997 he leaves and secretly leaves to the USA
.The Colonel Zaporozhsky has appeared for the western
special services a figure extremely useful. Investigation has
found out, that the Colonel has offered the services to CIA
itself in 1995.He left to USA under the invitation of mysterious
firm. In February, 2001 employees of FBI have arrested
Robert Hanssen . USA has declared persona non grata of 26
Russian diplomats. In FSB they directly do not admit that fact
, that it became consequence of treachery by Zaporozhsky .
Nevertheless, they confirm, that his activity has caused
enormous damage to interests of the Russian special services
in the West. In 2001 as a result of complex & difficult
operation against Zaporozhsky it was possible to lure him to
Russia where he has been arrested. The Russian news video
brings together Zaporozhsky & Hanssen`s FBI video
arrest.The FSB`s PR officer Sergey Ignatchenko speaks in this
rare video.

Russian Version

              Hanssen Photos
              Russian Version
           Robert Philip Hanssen

"ELLIS" Drop Site           "ELLIS" Drop Site
   On the "Foxstone Park" sign.         Under a footbridge over Wolftrap
                                       Creek near Creek Crossing Road at
                                       Foxstone Park near Vienna, Virginia.

        "ELLIS" Drop Site                      "ELLIS" Drop Site

 Under a footbridge over Wolftrap      Package dropped by Hanssen at the
Creek near Creek Crossing Road at          Ellis drop site on 2/18/01.
Foxstone Park near Vienna, Virginia.
                            "LEWIS"   Signal Site

Wooden utility pole located at the North-West corner of the intersection of 3rd
         Street and Carlin Springs Road near the metrobus stop.
       "LEWIS" Drop Site                      "LEWIS" Drop Site

  The far-left corner of the wooden   Package recovered at the Lewis drop
 podium (when facing the podium)       site containing $50,000 cash left by
located in the amphitheater of Long           Russians for Hanssen.
       Branch Nature Center.

            Outside The Movie “Breach”
                 : Hanssen E-Mails
Hanssen`s FBI Lab Report
 Hanssen`s FBI Affidavit
Hanssen - A Hacker in KGB Defector Internet
Security Firm
Accused FBI turncoat Robert Hanssen wanted to retire into a
job selling anti-hacker technology to the government to
guard against double agents a former CIA director said .
James Woolsey, who led the CIA under former President Bill
Clinton, said Hanssen pushed for a job with Invicta
Networks, a firm founded by Soviet KGB defector Viktor
Sheymov to develop hack-proof computer software for U.S.
spy agencies."Hanssen twice aggressively expressed an
interest to Invicta executives on being employed by Invicta
following his retirement from the FBI," said Woolsey, who is
on Invicta's board and also serves as Sheymov's
attorney.Hanssen, who allegedly used his computer expertise
to hack into FBI files for secrets to sell to Moscow, also
boasted to FBI colleagues about getting a big-bucks job
when he retired, according to an FBI affidavit. In February
1988, Hanssen told his Soviet handlers that he could read the
FBI'S files on Sheymov's debriefings, the affidavit said. More
recently, "Hanssen told FBI co-workers that he was
considering an offer of lucrative employment by Sheymov
after retirement in April," the affidavit said. Woolsey
declined to discuss the Hanssen-Sheymov connection in a
brief phone conversation . But in a statement faxed to the
Daily News (2001 URL) , he said Hanssen met Sheymov in
the 1980s and "since that time, the Sheymov and Hanssen
families indeed came to be on friendly terms." The families
had little contact in recent years, but in December, Hanssen
"expressed keen interest in Invicta's technology," Woolsey
said.Three weeks before he was arrested Sunday, Hanssen
"was briefed on the Invicta technology" as part of his official
duties along with several other FBI computer experts,
Woolsey said. Sheymov was a rising star and the youngest
major in the KGB at age 33 when he defected to the U.S. in
1980 with his wife and daughter. His defection was
considered one of the CIA's major Cold War coups. Hanssen,
56, has been charged with espionage crimes carrying the
death penalty for allegedly selling secrets to the Soviets and
later the Russians for at least $1.4 million in 15 years as a

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  Iran Cyber Police Expansion - Created in 32
 Provinces (Persian - Col. Deputy Commander)

China`s Official People`s Daily English
 Audio China Time 10:50 , April 26,
                 2011 :
   Iran detects another cyber attack
  The computer worm of "Stuxnet"
 infected 30,000 IP addresses in Iran
 Confirmed by Iran Official : Second
  virus targeting Iranian institutions
China Official TV :Unknown virus
 targeting Iran's nuclear facilities
           18/4/11 07:50
DailyMotion Unknown virus targeting
         Iran's nuclear facilities
 Iran :US & Israel & Siemens Behind
      Stuxnet Virus 17/4/11 16:00
Iran accuses Siemens over Stuxnet
virus attack
Sun Apr 17, 2011 11:25am GMT

* Military commander urges action against German company
* Siemens control systems hit by virus

* Stuxnet dubbed world's first "guided cyber missile"

TEHRAN, April 17 (Reuters) - An Iranian military commander has
accused German engineering company Siemens of helping the United
States and Israel launch a cyber attack on its nuclear facilities,
Kayhan daily reported on Sunday.

Gholamreza Jalali, head of Iran's civilian defence, said the Stuxnet
virus aimed at Iran's atomic programme was the work of its two
biggest foes and that the German company must take some of the

Siemens declined to comment.

"The investigations show the source of the Stuxnet virus originated in
America and the Zionist regime," Jalali was quoted as saying.

Jalali said Iran should hold Siemens responsible for the fact that its
control systems used to operate complicated factory machinery --
known as Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) -- had
been hit by the worm. "Our executive officials should legally follow
up the case of Siemens SCADA software which prepared the ground
for the Stuxnet virus," he said.

"The Siemens company must be held accountable and explain how
and why it provided the enemies with the information about the codes
of SCADA software and paved the way for a cyber attack against
us," he said.

Some foreign experts have described Stuxnet as a "guided cyber
missile" aimed at Iran's atomic programme.

Unlike other Iranian officials who have played down the impact of
Stuxnet, Jalali said it could have posed a major risk had it not been
discovered and dealt with before any major damage was done.

"This was a hostile act against us which could have brought major
human and material damages had it not been encountered
Iran has given few details of the impact of the virus. It said in
September that staff computers at the Russian-built Bushehr nuclear
power station had been hit but that the plant itself was unharmed.

Bushehr -- Iran's first nuclear power station -- is still not operational,
having missed several start-up deadlines, prompting speculation that
it too had been hit by Stuxnet, something Iran denies.

Russia's ambassador to NATO said in January the virus had hit the
computer system at Bushehr, posing the risk of a nuclear disaster on
the scale of the 1986 Chernobyl incident in Ukraine, then part of the
Soviet Union.

Some defence analysts say the main target was more likely to be
Iran's uranium enrichment -- the process which creates fuel for
nuclear power plants or provide material for bombs if processed
much further. Western powers accuse Iran, a major oil producer, of
seeking to develop nuclear weapons capability, something Tehran

U.S.-based think-tank, the Institute for Science and International
Security (ISIS), said that in late 2009 or early 2010 about 1,000
centrifuges -- machines used to refine uranium -- out of the 9,000
used at Iran's Natanz enrichment plant, had been knocked out by the
virus -- not enough to seriously harm its operations.
   US & Israel Behind Stuxnet Virus : Iran Civil
 Defence Chief Interview in IRNA - Persian - PDF -
US, Israel 'behind Stuxnet' virus: Iran
(AFP) 16/4/11

TEHRAN — The United States and Israel are behind the computer
worm Stuxnet designed to hurt Iran's controversial nuclear
programme, state news agency IRNA reported Saturday quoting a
military officer.

"Investigations and studies show that the source of Stuxnet originates
from America and the Zionist regime," the commander of the
Iranian civil defence organisation, Gholam Reza Jalali, said.

Jalali was the first Iranian official to accuse Tehran's two arch-foes
over the Stuxnet virus. German computer experts and some Western
media reports had indicated that the United States and Israel were
behind it.

Stuxnet was publically identified last June and it reportedly mutated
and wreaked havoc on computerised industrial equipment in Iran in
the following months.

The worm was reportedly targeting Bushehr nuclear power plant,
where several technical problems have been blamed for delays in
getting the facility fully operational.

Jalali said once the worm mounts on a system, it begins to gather
information and then sends reports from the infected machines to
designated Internet addresses.

"After following up the reports that were sent, it became clear that
the final destinations (of these reports) were the Zionist regime and
the American state of Texas," he was quoted as saying by IRNA.

In March, a German computer security expert Ralph Langer said he
believes the United States and Israel's Mossad had unleashed the
Stuxnet worm on Iran's nuclear programme.

But it was the New York Times which reported first in January that
US and Israeli intelligence services collaborated to develop the
computer worm to sabotage Iran's efforts to make a nuclear bomb.

In November 2010, Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad
admitted that uranium enrichment -- the most controversial part of
Tehran's nuclear programme - had suffered problems caused by the
malware but added the issues had been resolved.

Iran's nuclear ambitions are at the heart of a conflict between Tehran
and the West, which accuse the Islamic republic of seeking to develop
a weapons capability under the cover of a civilian nuclear drive.
Iranian Police Sets Up Cyber Force
TEHRAN Fars News Agency (FNA) - Iran's Cyber Police started its
work today to prevent espionage and sabotage activities through the
internet, a police official announced on Sunday 2011-01-23 17:22

"The Cyber Police can prevent espionage and sabotage in
Information Technology (IT) tools," Head of the Information
Production and Exchange Department of the Law Enforcement
Police General Seyed Kamal Hadianfar said.

Hadianfar reiterated that IT tools play an undeniable role in political,
security, economic, trade, ethical and religious rivalries at the
national and international levels.

He also underlined that given the people's growing interest in using
the internet, the threats and opportunities presented by the IT now
need to be attended more than before in the country, adding that the
governments should have plans for confronting these threats and
using these opportunities.

Earlier in 2009, Iran's Police Chief Brigadier General Esmail
Ahmadi-Moqaddam had announced that the force plans to set up a
'cyber police' division to counter 'internet crimes'.

Ahmadi-Moqaddam said the unit would be tasked with monitoring
organized cyber crimes on the internet.

Iran announced in March 2010 that it has arrested 30 individuals on
charges of waging a US-backed cyber war against the country.

A statement issued by Tehran's Public and Revolutionary Court at
the time said that following a series of complicated security
operations in area of information and communication technology, the
country's security forces have identified the most important US-
backed organized networks of cyber war launched by the anti-
revolutionary groups and arrested 30 suspects.

The statement added that the networks received US aids and served
Washington through such anti-revolutionary groups as the
Mojahedin-e Khalq Organization (MKO), monarchist groups and a
number of other opposition groups.

It further said that Washington provided such anti-Islamic Republic
groups and networks with 70 million US-made anti-filtering software
only during the recent demonstrations in Tehran in a bid to help
them wage a psychological war against the Iranian nation and

According to the statement, some of the charges leveled against these
US-backed networks include establishment of an intelligence
gathering network, specially to identify the country's nuclear
scientists, provoking sedition and illegal demonstrations and rallies
through releasing unreal and unfounded news and reports after the
June presidential elections in the country and providing media and
news support for the Jundollah terrorist group and the monarchist
opposition groups.
Video - Iran Creates Cyber Police
 Following The "Stuxnet" Virus
(Persian/English/Chinese) 23/1/11
Video Iran Creates Cyber Police
Following The "Stuxnet" Virus
        Youtube 23/1/11
Iran's nuclear negotiator says U.S.
involved in cyberattack
NBC News updated 1/17/2011 6:42:31 PM

TEHRAN, Iran — Telegraphing Iran's negotiating stance entering
key talks about its nuclear program in Turkey later this week,
Tehran's chief negotiator is charging that the United States was
involved in a cyberattack that he said disrupted a peaceful program
aimed at creating nuclear energy, not weapons.
In an exclusive interview with Richard Engel, chief foreign
correspondent for NBC News, this week in Tehran, Saed Jalilli said
that Iran's investigation has determined that the U.S. was involved in
the cyberattack using the Stuxnet computer worm, a virus which
targeted centrifuges used to enrich uranium as part of Iran's nuclear

"I have witnessed some documents that show ... their satisfaction in
that (the U.S. was involved)," he said.

Jalilli indicated, however, that the cyberattack was not as successful as
some media accounts have portrayed it.

"Those who have done that could see now that they were not
successful in that and we are following our success," he said. He added
that Iran is not the only country vulnerable to cyberattacks, as
evidenced by the WikiLeaks release of U.S. diplomatic cables. "They
are also weak and vulnerable," he said of the United States.

 Video - The Limits of Stuxnet Virus in
 Iran Nuclear Program DailyMotion 8
           Minutes 18/1/11
  Video The Limits of Stuxnet Virus in
   Iran Nuclear Program Youtube 8
            Minutes 17/1/11
  The Limits of Stuxnet Virus in Iran
    Nuclear Program in PDF 18/1/11

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