posted on Mar, 11 2013 @ 07:35 PM
I was just reading an interesting webpage in regards to another disturbing topic, when a paragraph reminded me of this hotel room.
"Gottlieb did not limit his interest to drugs. He and other TSS officials wanted to try out surveillance equipment. CIA technicians quickly
installed see-through mirrors and microphones through which eavesdroppers could film, photograph, and record the action. "Things go wrong with
listening devices and two-way mirrors, so you build these things to find out what works and what doesn't," says a TSS source. "If you are going to
entrap, you've got to give the guy pictures [flagrante delicto] and voice recordings. Once you learn how to do it so that the whole thing looks
comfortable, cozy, and safe, then you can transport the technology overseas and use it. "This TSS man notes that the Agency put to work in the
bedrooms of Europe some of the techniques developed in the George White safe-house operation."
Could this be what this room is for? Do they use the two way mirror and hidden cameras and recording devices in order to blackmail important people?
Maybe the cigarette pack on top of the doorway is actually a camera? The concrete floor would help bounce sounds off the floor so the mics can pick
them up better.
For those who see prostitution as just "something that happens", it is used for more nefarious reasons and sometimes the hookers are not of age. If
you click on the link to this page, you get a much darker picture of what these underage prostitutes go through and it's not pretty or fun.
"In the best tradition of Mata Hari, the CIA did use sex as a clandestine weapon, although apparently not so frequently as the Russians. While
many in the Agency believed that it simply did not work very well, others like CIA operators in Berlin during the mid-1960s felt prostitutes could be
a prime source of intelligence. Agency men in that city used a network of hookers to good advantage—or so they told visitors from headquarters. Yet,
with its high proportion of Catholics and Mormons— not to mention the Protestant ethic of many of its top leaders—the Agency definitely had limits
beyond which prudery took over. For instance, a TSS veteran says that a good number of case officers wanted no part of homosexual entrapment
operations. And to go a step further, he recalls one senior KGB man who told too many sexual jokes about young boys.
Considering the room size, this would be adequate for cameras and microphones to catch everything.
"The CIA kept hotel rooms in two of the best hotels in New Orleans, and year around, they kept a suite. It was unique in that it had two bedrooms
and one bedroom was where they kept the hidden cameras and I was actually shown the hidden cameras by three men who handled that part of it. They
called him Captain George White - he was formerly a doctor. He used to be in the narcotics squad in California and then he became a doctor, and joined
the CIA. And then there were two other men who worked with him. They would put me with the subjects who would be filmed (the men) and then when the
men would come into town -- I am talking about local politicians, government officials -- anybody who they needed to possibly get something on, keep
on file for future reference -- should they need to coerce this person into supporting the projects.
I wouldn't doubt if this room is used for intelligence gathering that utilizes unorthodox methods.
But, that's just my two cents...
edit on 11-3-2013 by Afterthought because: (no reason given)