The game of CIA’s fake site, after the work, such agents were eliminated in China and Iran

The report tells how the US intelligence agency eliminated the agents after the job was done. For this the agency adopted several patterns. Among them is the game of a faulty website, through which the intelligence agency used to communicate with its agents.

America intelligence agency of CIA A very sensitive report has come out about how he eliminated his informers. The report shows the level of indifference that the US adopted with its agents, left them on their own terms and raised their hands at the time of help. The report tells how the US intelligence agency eliminated the agents after the job was done. For this the agency adopted several patterns. Among them is the game of a faulty website, through which the intelligence agency used to communicate with its agents. However, later they were also eliminated through the same site.

The US intelligence agency used to use such secret sites to talk to its agents or informers, but these sites were designed in such a way that they were later caught in the hands of the country concerned. Especially in China and Iran, the agency implicated hundreds of people who were later removed from the road after work. Reuters has told in an investigative report that the same type of secret messaging system was used in the fake sites And in them the IP addresses of almost the sites were given in sequence.

CIA plays dirty game of fake site

According to the report, such a feature means that if China or Iran detects an agent, then through it they can reach all the agents. The report noted that once such sites were identified, their users were easier to catch. In other words, the CIA hid its agents around the world as if in a row of bushes. Access to all was easy as soon as one was visible. The report quoted a former agency official as saying that these sites were usually given to informers whom the CIA believed was useless for them to spend on new technology.

Informers were jailed for up to 10 years

Reuters spoke to six Iran-based informers who were jailed for five to 10 years after being arrested. After his conviction in 2010, Gholmreza Hosseini, an Iranian informant, recounts his prison days and explains how he was tortured and interrogated. After serving a 10-year sentence, Hussaini is not in a position to even talk to his family properly. He said that “when someone asks me a question, I feel like I am in an interrogation room again.”

CIA traps people all over the world like this

According to the report, there were many people who were lured to live in America and agreed to become informers. Although this proved to be far-fetched and he was later arrested by the agency, he was different. According to the report, intelligence officials told that the CIA gives such greed to its agents all over the world and thousands of people get caught in this trick of the agency. According to the report, the intelligence officer told that, but he gets only 100 such visas every year, through which his informers can reach America.