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Eye Spy Magazine Issue 73 Back Issue

English 28 Reviews   •  English   •   General Interest (News & Current Affairs)
OSAMA BIN-LADEN - THE TRUTH WILL OUT


CIA SKY SPIES
CIA-led operation brings down the world’s most notorious terrorist


H E A D L I N E R S


MI6 NIGHT GAMES

As Libyan rebels retreated in the face of a fierce counter attack by Colonel Gaddafi’s armed forces, MI6 and the SAS initiated a most dangerous operation to create a communication channel



KIDNAP OF THE GODFATHER PART II

Nick Fielding concludes his disturbing report on the death of Brigadier Sultan Amir Tarar - better known in the intelligence world as ISI man ‘Colonel Imam’ 



CIA PHOTOS RELEASED
After more than half of century of operations, the CIA releases a brilliant collection of photographs - some showing tradecraft items. Robotic fish, spy cameras, silk maps and tiny surveillance insects... the CIA release a brilliant picture library containing tradecraft products...



MI6 Death - A Strange Twist

As the investigation into the strange death of MI6 man Gareth Williams continues, an eye-witness recalls seeing a person wanted for questioning by New Scotland Yard. There is a growing belief amongst the intelligence community that MI6 officer was killed by a ‘professional’



HACKING AND TROJAN HORSES



SURVEILLANCE PHOTOGRAPHY PART II
In this feature surveillance authority Peter Jenkins looks at exposure and aperture settings best suited for operators



SIPRNET AND BRADLEY MANNING

As the scale of US intelligence files leaked by a trooper in Iraq becomes ever more clear, Eye Spy looks at the system from whence the documents came - SIPRNET



VOICE ACTIVATED PEN RECORDER
PRODUCT REVIEW: A look at one of the best covert pen recorders on the market today - plus a very special price for Eye Spy readers



SHREDDING SECRETS

As Egyptian President Mubarak’s government collapsed, the country’s internal security service shredded tens of thousands of intel documents - the action was reminiscent of the Stasi in 1989 following the collapse of communism


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Eye Spy

Issue 73 OSAMA BIN-LADEN - THE TRUTH WILL OUT

 CIA SKY SPIES CIA-led operation brings down the world’s most notorious terrorist

 H E A D L I N E R S

 MI6 NIGHT GAMES
 As Libyan rebels retreated in the face of a fierce counter attack by Colonel Gaddafi’s armed forces, MI6 and the SAS initiated a most dangerous operation to create a communication channel

 KIDNAP OF THE GODFATHER PART II
 Nick Fielding concludes his disturbing report on the death of Brigadier Sultan Amir Tarar - better known in the intelligence world as ISI man ‘Colonel Imam’ 

 CIA PHOTOS RELEASED After more than half of century of operations, the CIA releases a brilliant collection of photographs - some showing tradecraft items. Robotic fish, spy cameras, silk maps and tiny surveillance insects... the CIA release a brilliant picture library containing tradecraft products...

 MI6 Death - A Strange Twist
 As the investigation into the strange death of MI6 man Gareth Williams continues, an eye-witness recalls seeing a person wanted for questioning by New Scotland Yard. There is a growing belief amongst the intelligence community that MI6 officer was killed by a ‘professional’

 HACKING AND TROJAN HORSES

 SURVEILLANCE PHOTOGRAPHY PART II
In this feature surveillance authority Peter Jenkins looks at exposure and aperture settings best suited for operators

 SIPRNET AND BRADLEY MANNING
 As the scale of US intelligence files leaked by a trooper in Iraq becomes ever more clear, Eye Spy looks at the system from whence the documents came - SIPRNET

 VOICE ACTIVATED PEN RECORDER
PRODUCT REVIEW: A look at one of the best covert pen recorders on the market today - plus a very special price for Eye Spy readers

 SHREDDING SECRETS
 As Egyptian President Mubarak’s government collapsed, the country’s internal security service shredded tens of thousands of intel documents - the action was reminiscent of the Stasi in 1989 following the collapse of communism




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Eye Spy  |  Issue 73  


OSAMA BIN-LADEN - THE TRUTH WILL OUT


CIA SKY SPIES
CIA-led operation brings down the world’s most notorious terrorist


H E A D L I N E R S


MI6 NIGHT GAMES

As Libyan rebels retreated in the face of a fierce counter attack by Colonel Gaddafi’s armed forces, MI6 and the SAS initiated a most dangerous operation to create a communication channel



KIDNAP OF THE GODFATHER PART II

Nick Fielding concludes his disturbing report on the death of Brigadier Sultan Amir Tarar - better known in the intelligence world as ISI man ‘Colonel Imam’ 



CIA PHOTOS RELEASED
After more than half of century of operations, the CIA releases a brilliant collection of photographs - some showing tradecraft items. Robotic fish, spy cameras, silk maps and tiny surveillance insects... the CIA release a brilliant picture library containing tradecraft products...



MI6 Death - A Strange Twist

As the investigation into the strange death of MI6 man Gareth Williams continues, an eye-witness recalls seeing a person wanted for questioning by New Scotland Yard. There is a growing belief amongst the intelligence community that MI6 officer was killed by a ‘professional’



HACKING AND TROJAN HORSES



SURVEILLANCE PHOTOGRAPHY PART II
In this feature surveillance authority Peter Jenkins looks at exposure and aperture settings best suited for operators



SIPRNET AND BRADLEY MANNING

As the scale of US intelligence files leaked by a trooper in Iraq becomes ever more clear, Eye Spy looks at the system from whence the documents came - SIPRNET



VOICE ACTIVATED PEN RECORDER
PRODUCT REVIEW: A look at one of the best covert pen recorders on the market today - plus a very special price for Eye Spy readers



SHREDDING SECRETS

As Egyptian President Mubarak’s government collapsed, the country’s internal security service shredded tens of thousands of intel documents - the action was reminiscent of the Stasi in 1989 following the collapse of communism


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