Sources reveal American secret agency CIA worked with Libyan government

Following the ouster of former Libyan President Col Gaddafi, document obtained from his office has shocked people all over the globe. According to the documented evidence found from Libyan dictator’s office, American secret agency CIA, helped him in providing information on dissidents.

The CIA worked in cooperation with the intelligence service previous Libyan regime for rendition of terrorist suspects.

Muammar Gaddafi’s intelligence services took help from the CIA in rendition of rebel suspects. Abdel-Hakim Belhaj, the rebel commander in Tripoli, was also among those terror suspects, revealed the documents.

The written evidence about CIA’s involvement were found in Musa Kusa’s office, who was the ex-chief of Libyan Intelligence. The information suggest that  MI6 also informed Gaddafi about Libyan dissidents who were living in Britain.

The files have been disclosed by Human Rights Watch, which gave information on how intimately Gaddafi’s intelligence services were associated with MI6 and the CIA.

Two documents from March 2004 showed interaction between Gaddafi’s loyals with the US officials regarding  rendition of Belhaj, who was a prominent leader of the Libyan Islamic Fighting Group. This group is now dissolved with al-Qaida.

US Intelligence agency decodes civil war message after 147 years

Central Intelligence Agency of America or CIA  finally succeeds in decoding a message sent during civil war in a bottle. The American civil war took place 147 years ago.

The message was sent to Lt Gen John C Pemberton arrested in Mississippi city by the Soviet Union forces under the command of Ulysses S Grant. The original message was–

“After nearly six weeks people in Vicksburg had resorted to eating cats, dogs and leather, and making soup from wallpaper paste.” The message was sent on July 4, 1863. The real message behind this encrypted code was

: “You can expect no help from this side of the river.”

Pemberton expected that General Joseph E Johnston, would help him with his 32,000 Confederate troops but Walker’s message clearly said that it could not be possible.

Catherine Wright says that Walker said in this message,”I can’t help you. I have no troops, I have no supplies, and I have no way to get over there.”

The bottle containing message also had a bullet in it to sink it down into the water to protect from enemies.

It was kept in the Museum of the Confederacy since 1896It has been finally deciphered by David Gaddy, who is a retired CIA code breaker.

CIA Official Leaves Islamabad Following Identity Exposure

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A US intelligence official has been asked to return back from Pakistan after being identified by ISI. The top CIA official has been accused of spying by the Pakistan intelligence agency in reaction to the law suit against a Pakistani secret agent in New York reportedly. Ahmed Shuja Pasha, ISI chief has been accused of being involved in the Mumbai terrorist attacks by a New York court.

The CIA official has been called off in hurry following the US president’s warning to Pakistani diplomats against safeguarding terrorists in the country.

The US security official was continuously receiving life threats on phone after his identity was revealed in Islamabad.

Officials also revealed that they suspected Pakistani intelligence being operated in the United States. They added that the ISI– Directorate for Inter—Services Intelligence—Pakistan’s intelligence agency  had played a great role in identifying the CIA official in Islamabad probably in reaction to the case filed against the ISI chief over Mumbai attacks in Nov 2008.

This is likely to affect the diplomatic relations between the United States and Pakistan adversely.  CIA’s decision to call back its official also indicates the increasing conflict between the two countries which have been regarded as allies so far. There may be further increase in tension between the two nations in future as the United States is expected to pressurize Pakistan over safeguarding terrorists in its territory.