INTEL TODAY — Top 10 Stories of 2018

“They stitch intelligence together that spans 5 decades, but still have pertinence today. Almost all of it is based on open source material, often using recently declassified materials, or foreign sources that are just off the radar of most researchers. It also provides a nice counterbalance to the propaganda the U.S. mainstream media is usually peddling.”

Reddit Intelligence moderator ‘Webdoodle’ about Intel Today


Here are the top 10 2018 stories that the readers of INTEL TODAY have consulted the most. These stories have attracted more than hundred thousand visitors and reached almost every single country on earth! Most of our visitors come from the Five Eyes countries — Australia, Canada, New Zealand, the United Kingdom and the United States — Hong Kong (China), as well as Switzerland, Germany, Netherlands France, and … Belgium; surely a reminder that Brussels in now regarded as a city of spies due to its alleged highest density of spooks anywhere in the world. Follow us on Twitter: @INTEL_TODAY

RELATED POST: INTEL TODAY — Top 10 Stories of 2017

Over the next two weeks, I will review these posts and provide — whenever possible — an update. I truly believe there are still quite a few things to be learned about these stories.

#1 — Exclusive Q&A with Carla Ortiz from Ghouta, Syria

#2 — WORMWOOD — Seymour Hersh : “Frank Olson was a man profoundly distressed about what he was learning… And he was dangerous.”

#3 — CIA Director — A Biography of Gina Haspel

#4 — Wikipedia & the Spooks — The Remake? [The Philip Cross Affair]

#5 — The True Story of the CIA Debacle in China

#6 — Salisbury Incident — Was “Novichok Killer” Driving License Photoshopped?

#7 — Havana Syndrome & Microwave Weapons: Q&A with Professor James Lin [UPDATE 2]

#8 — The Dark Past of Special Prosecutor Robert Mueller — The Bulger Gang, Lockerbie, Anthrax… An Exceptional Failure All Round.

#9 — Olof Palme — South African Spies Likely Murdered Sweden Prime Minister

#10 — Salisbury Incident — Skripal Case Investigators Could Learn From The Lockerbie Affair

To mark the 30th Anniversary of the Pan Am 103 tragedy, INTEL TODAY ran a series of articles regarding the key piece of evidence linking Lockerbie to Libya. We are glad to report that most Intel Today readers (88%) believe that the Lockerbie verdict is a spectacular miscarriage of justice.

RELATED POST: Lockerbie 30th Anniversary — What do you think about the Lockerbie verdict? [Poll Result – December 21 2018]

Stay tuned!


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