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QAnon: And Then There Was Q

And Then There Was Q Referring back to the first part of this series, a collection of posts on the 4chan message board are instrumental in the QAnon timeline. The earliest posts were each written with a similar language/syntax structure,…

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Infantry Weapons Recognition in Intelligence Analysis

Infantry weaponry is whatever weapon is carried by forces fighting on foot, and does not need to be platform mounted for use. The weaponry used by infantry is usually specific to the role or regiment, and in the case of…

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Interview with Major Camilo Mejía Chief of Military Education

In 2019, Grey Dynamics published an article about the Columbian governments’ struggle with non-state actors such FARC and ELN and its quest for peace. The article, however, was challenged by a commenter on LinkedIn. As an expert on Columbian security…

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So, you want to be a Counter-Poaching ‘Operator’?

Ten Tips for New Players Over the years colleagues and I have received countless CV’s, and generous offers to “save us”, that were great for entertainment value initially, but eventually consume a lot of our under-paid precious time. These rules…

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The NSO Group and the Weaponization of WhatsApp

On May 14 2019, WhatsApp announced that the breach on its messaging app had “signs of coming from a government using surveillance technology developed by a private company, and it may have targeted human rights groups.” According to the Financial…

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The Counterintelligence Failures of Britain’s Secret Police Part II

Undercover officers from the Metropolitan Police enjoyed several successes over 40 years in missions to infiltrate environmental, political and animal rights-activism groups and identify and disrupt planned protect activities, serious political violence and public disorder. Superior capabilities and access to…

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The Counterintelligence (CI) Failures of Britain’s Secret Police Part I

CI Failures For over 40 years, undercover officers from the Metropolitan Police infiltrated a number of environmental, political and animal-rights activism groups, tasked with identifying and disrupting planned protest activities. In the short term, the undercover officers were successful: they…

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Black Magic: Witchcraft and Warfare

Black magic and witchcraft in African societies predate the spread of Christianity and Islam in the continent. What is seen as magic and ritual, has its roots in traditional African religions. Additionally, it is the consequences of colonialism and Christian…

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3 Cardinal Rules of Social Media Intelligence

From a simple branch of Open Source Intelligence (OSINT) to an established independent discipline, Social Media Intelligence (SOCMINT) has risen to such primary importance that no intelligence security company can reasonably disregard the information retrieved from social network platforms without…

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An intelligence led approach to anti-doping part II

Human intelligence (HUMINT) has the potential to provide invaluable support to anti-doping. First, this article will consider the role and challenges to the use of human-source intelligence in an intelligence-led approach to anti-doping. Second, the scope for a more aggressive…

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