CHINESE GOVERNMENT KILLS OR IMPRISONS 20 CIA SOURCES:

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CHINESE GOVERNMENT KILLS OR IMPRISONS 20 CIA SOURCES:

Postby Bruce Patrick Brychek » Mon May 22, 2017 5:37 am

05.22.2017:

Dear JFK Murder Solved Forum Members and Readers:

The Chinese Government has allegedly killed or imprisoned 20+/- CIA Sources, allegedly between
2010 and 2012.

If this is true, it has been covered up for at least 5 - 7 years in todays Controlled Main Stream Media
and News Cycle Reporting in the U.S., that boasts of Freedom of the Press, Freedom of Speech, and
Honest, Transparent, Professional, Unbiased, Investigative Journalistic Reporting.

If true, things will undoubtedly escalate both Covertly and Overtly. (05.22.2017, BB).


CHINESE PAPER APPLAUDS ANTI-SPY EFFORTS AFTER REPORT CIA SOURCES KILLED:
Reuters 2 hours 1 minute ago

BEIJING (Reuters) - An influential state-run newspaper applauded China's anti-espionage efforts on Monday
after the New York Times said China had killed or imprisoned up to 20 CIA sources, hobbling U.S. spying
operations in a massive intelligence breach.

The Chinese killed at least a dozen people providing information to the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency
between 2010 and 2012, dismantling a network that was years in the making, the New York Times reported
on Saturday.

China's Global Times, published by the official People's Daily, said in an editorial in its Chinese and English
-language editions that, if true, it was a victory for China.

"If this article is telling the truth, we would like to applaud China's anti-espionage activities. Not only was the
CIA's spy network dismantled, but Washington had no idea what happened and which part of the spy network
had gone wrong," the paper said.

"It can be taken as a sweeping victory. Perhaps it means even if the CIA makes efforts to rebuild its spy
network in China, it could face the same result," it said.

However the widely read paper, which is known for its strongly nationalist stance, said one part of the report
was false.

"As for one source being shot in a government courtyard, that is a purely fabricated story, most likely a piece
of American-style imagination based on ideology," it said.

The Chinese government has yet to respond to the report.

The Ministry of State Security, which oversees anti-spying operations, has no publicly available telephone
number and no website, unlike other Chinese ministries.

While the New York Times' website is blocked in China, like those of many mainstream Western news
organizations, the story has been widely discussed and its contents picked up in other Chinese media,
especially by online news portals.

The story has attracted thousands of comments on Weibo, China's version of Twitter, with many people
expressing glee that the spy ring was broken.

"Strike hard against spy traitors, protect the country's security!" wrote one Weibo user.

"Well done! Good on you China," wrote another.


CIA SILENT ON REPORTS ITS SOURCES WERE KILLED IN CHINA:
Ishani Roy,International Business Times 17 hours ago


Both the CIA and the FBI declined to comment on reports saying the Chinese government killed or imprisoned
18 to 20 CIA sources from 2010 to 2012 and dismantled the agency's spying operations in the country. It is
described as one of the worst intelligence breach in decades, current and former American officials told the New
York Times.

Investigators were uncertain whether the breach was a result of a double agent within the CIA who had betrayed
the U.S. or whether the Chinese had hacked the communications system used by the agency to be in contact
with foreign sources. The Times reported Saturday citing former American officials from the final weeks of 2010
till the end of 2012, the Chinese killed up to 20 CIA sources.

Department Of Justice Indicted Russian Spies, Hackers For Massive Breach In 2014

Officials also said the number of U.S. assets lost to China were comparable to the loss of assets in the Soviet
Union and Russia because of the two infamous spies Aldrich Ames and Robert Hanssen.

Ames had joined CIA in 1962 in a low-level position. Over the years, he worked on several interesting cases but
financial constraints started building up due to troubles in his personal life. In 1985, Ames went to the Soviet
Embassy in Washington D.C. and offered secrets to the KGB — Komitet gosudarstvennoy bezopasnosti, the
committee for the security of the Soviet Union — and started receiving money from them. In 1994, Aimes was
arrested for spying for Russia and sentenced to life imprisonment without parole, according to the website of CIA.

Hanssen is considered the "most damaging spy" in FBI history for disclosing confidential information about the U.S.
to the Soviet Union and Russia. On Feb. 18, 2001, he was arrested and charged with committing espionage on
behalf of the intelligence services of the former Soviet Union and its successors, and was also sentenced to prison
without the possibility of parole, according to the website of FBI.

China has reportedly attempted to disrupt American spying efforts several times in the past. In 2015, the U.S. pulled
out spies from China as a result of a cyber attack that compromised the personal data of 21.5 million government
workers, CNN had reported citing a U.S. official.

On that occasion, the U.S. suspected Chinese hackers were responsible for the breach at the U.S. Office of
Personnel Management, which exposed the fingerprints of 5.6 million government employees. The hack reportedly
had a huge impact on U.S. national security, in part because the hacked data included information from U.S.
government forms used for security clearances.

In April, ahead of President Donald Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping's summit, a hacking group that pursues
Chinese government interests broke into the website of the National Foreign Trade Council (NFTC). They left a
malicious link on web pages where members of NFTC register for upsoming meetings, Reuters reported citing
researchers at Fidelis Cybersecurity and a person familiar with the trade group.

The FBI and the NFTC had declined to comment. A spokesperson for the Chinese foreign ministry did not respond
to a request for comment.

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yourself about a Subject Matter, and then formulate your own Opinions and Theories.

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or writings on any aspect of this Subject Matter ?

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Respectfully,
BB.
Bruce Patrick Brychek
 
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