WikiLeaks, the famous whistleblowing website is back again – this time publishing up to five million emails that hail from a geopolitical analysis company which Reuters has dubbed a “shadow CIA.” These emails were nicked from the US-based company late last year, and its release might very well reveal private information on Stratfor readers and subscribers, in addition to shedding more light on the intelligence-gathering community. A WikiLeaks statement that accompanied the posting of the documents revealed the inner workings of the intelligence publisher, where among its partnerships include Lockheed Martin, Northrop Grumman, Raytheon, and different government agencies. I wonder what other kind of dirt Wikileaks has dug up in the meantime…
I wonder who is losing sleep these days, with such juicy emails being released for all and sundry to read. For isntance, an email from CEO George Friedman to Stratfor analyst Reva Bhalla sent on December 6, 2011, unveiled details on exploiting an Israeli intelligence informant to provide information on the medical condition of Venezuelan president Hugo Chavez.
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