Posts Tagged: Surveillance

Declassified Docs Reveal Military Operative Spied on WA Peace Groups

Democracy Now! Broadcast Exclusive: Declassified Docs Reveal Military Operative Spied on WA Peace Groups, Activist Friends Stunned Newly declassified documents reveal that an active member of Students for a Democratic Society and Port Militarization Resistance in Washington state was actually an informant for the US military. The man everyone knew as “John Jacob” was in… Read more »


Cyberwar Cadets Trade the Trenches for Firewalls By COREY KILGANNON and NOAM COHEN Published: May 10, 2009 WEST POINT, N.Y. – The Army forces were under attack. Communications were down, and the chain of command was broken. Pacing a makeshift bunker whose entrance was camouflaged with netting, the young man in battle fatigues barked at… Read more »

Secret court records sought in alleged spy case

January 7, 2009 Secrecy tested in Isle spy case FBI says it had Maui man in its sights long before Oct. 2005 arrest By Jim Dooley Advertiser Staff Writer FBI counterintelligence agents had Maui resident Noshir Gowadia under aerial and ground surveillance for a year before they arrested him in 2005 on espionage and other… Read more »

NSA data-mining grows in San Antonio

This article came from a San Antonio alternative paper.  The NSA has a regional signal intelligence (sigint) facility under the pineapple fields of Kunia.  They threaten you too if you try to take photos.  But the military is now upgrading to a new facility in Whitmore that will house both Navy and NSA intelligence facilities. … Read more »

Peace activists deflate dome of Waihopai spy base

Statement issued 6.30pm 4 May 2008: ANZAC PLOUGHSHARES DEFLATE AND UNMASK WAIHOPAI At 6am on the morning of the 30 April three people entered the Waihopai Spy Base and used a sickle to deflate one of the two 30 metre domes covering satellite interception dishes. The group then built a shrine and prayed for the… Read more »

Construction begins on NSA/Navy center

Posted on: Friday, August 31, 2007 Work starts on national security center in Wahiawa By Lynda Arakawa Advertiser Central O’ahu Writer Hawaii news photo – The Honolulu Advertiser Mike Stramella; Cynthia Dearfield; Rear Adm. T.G. Alexander, commander of Navy Region Hawai’i and Naval Surface Group Middle Pacific; U.S. Sen. Daniel K. Inouye; Army Lt. Gen… Read more »