“What I see when I look at the [CIA] rectal tool kit is a great example of problem solving. Technology is designed to fixed hard problem.”
Dr. Vince Houghton — Historian and curator of the International Spy Museum
In The Interview, a gorgeous female CIA officer (Lizzy Caplan) must quickly convince popular tabloid-TV show “Skylark Tonight” Aaron Rapoport (Seth Rogen) to secure a package in his butt. The scene is quite hilarious. Guess what? Follow us on Twitter: @INTEL_TODAY
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In a recent post, I told you that the CIA — also known as the CYA (Cover your Ass) — was recruiting “AN US CITIZEN”, although a Russian speaking one.
At the time, I assumed that this was merely a typo, or perhaps a Freudian slip?
(That kind of Freudian slip happens when the new boss has spent too much time force-feeding prisoners through the wrong end of their pipe.)
But(t), recently declassified documents may force us to reconsider our initial analysis…
After all, they don’t call it the Deep State for nothing.
The Agency issued a rectal tool kit to CIA officers during the height of the Cold War.
“It was a way for spies to get themselves out of sticky situations: to pick a lock, carve a tunnel, etc.”
Watch this video to learn more about the CIA rectal tool kit from historian and curator of the International Spy Museum, Dr. Vince Houghton.
The Interview (2014) – Secure the Package Scene
CIA — The “Secure the Package” Tool Kit