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Trained to be skeptics, analysts can also help case officers see flaws in operational plans.
Such collaboration proved critical in the search for Osama bin Laden and has given rise to an expanding career category for analysts known as “targeters” who help identify individuals for the clandestine service to recruit, apprehend or, in extreme cases, kill.
“You couldn’t tell the difference between CIA officers, Special Forces guys and contractors,” said a senior U.S. official after a recent tour through Afghanistan. “They’re all three blended together. All under the command of the CIA.” Source www.washingtonpost.com...
identify individuals for the clandestine service to recruit
if you are not familiar with what a targeted individual or gangstalking is this section will appear to be impossible to believe or comprehend. This section is here to help targeted individuals who know what is happening but would like a broader understanding of how it works so they can better grasp the situation they are in. It is highly recommended you first review the media references and summary for some overall background. ....whatever you do, don't stop now, you have found it all.
originally posted by: NoCorruptionAllowed
a reply to: SayonaraJupiter
Nice to see this brought to light, especially since there have been so many saying it doesn't happen.
Funny thing about that though, is that whenever there is heavy ridicule and loud claims against the existence of this, it gives away the truth of it being a real thing and not imagined even better than just hearing it announced as such. Much the same as many other conspiracy topics that actually happen. Seems ATS these days has a majority that do NOT support most conspiracies and only push the status quo theme of the day, which is definitely a contradiction.
“In this detailed review of the subversive activities of the national political police over many years, the authors show that the commitment to undermine free association and independent thought is deeply rooted in national policy and subject to only superficial challenge. Their harrowing and extensively documented study lends much credibility to their supposition that ‘COINTELPRO lives on,’ and efforts to organize poor and oppressed people and dissident movements will be targeted for destruction by state power.”— Noam Chomsky