FBI Counter Intelligence, Ever Viligant. by J


See that guy over there with all the gray hair?  He was an FBI Counter Intelligence, and it's a wonder he still has all his hair, as he's pulled a lot of it out through out his career.  Long hours, tired hours countering threats to U.S. National Security.  See all the holes in the bottom of his shoes, they reflect many hours chasing leads.   It's a job that keeps on giving, and giving, and giving.   When anybody mentions the FBI, one thinks of a pristine swashbuckling  debonair man in a suit without wrinkle one, the public at large still envisions the Special Agent In Charge that Efram Zimbalist Jr.'s portrayed in the FBI TV Series.  What they don't see is the FBI's Counter Intelligence division hard at work behind the scenes.  If anybody wanted to read a really good novel, that would be the one to read if they ever declassified it, and cleared it for print.

Do you know how long FBI Counter Intelligence has been around?  FBI Counter Intelligence was created in 1917,  quite a bit older than everyone reading this.

FBI Counter Intelligence deals with a host of threats, from the Israeli Mossad, to the Russian SVR, to the Chinese MSS, and beyond.

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The Chinese MSS threat is at the top of the FBI's Counter Intelligence food chain.  FBI Counter Intelligence is well aware of the 2049 goal of the Chinese Communist Party.   

Some of the recent accomplishments by the FBI's Counter Intelligence dealing with China include:

  • Alexander Yuk Ching Ma, a former CIA officer, was charged in a conspiracy to communicate classified information to intelligence officials of the People’s Republic of China.
  • Dr. James Patrick Lewis, of Fairview, West Virginia, was sentenced to three months' incarceration for a fraud charge involving West Virginia University.
  • Li Chen, formerly of Dublin, Ohio, pleaded guilty to conspiring to steal exosome-related trade secrets.
  • Simon Saw-Teong Ang was indicted for wire fraud and two counts of passport fraud related to his failure to disclose ties to companies and institutions in China to the University of Arkansas and to U.S. government agencies.
  • Dr. Charles Lieber, the former Chair of Harvard University’s Chemistry and Chemical Biology Department, has been charged in a superseding indictment with tax offenses.
  • Jun Wei Yeo, also known as Dickson Yeo, entered a plea of guilty to one count of acting within the United States as an illegal agent of a foreign power. 
  • Four individuals have been charged with visa fraud in connection with a scheme to lie about their status as members of the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) while in the U.S. conducting research.
  • And the list goes on.

Almost half of the FBI's Counter Intelligence current cases deal with Communist China.

To sum up, the FBI's Counter Intelligence are ever watchful, working their tails off to negate the threats posed to U.S. National Security.

Here are two good videos to watch:

The Company Man: Protecting America's Secrets

Game of Pawns



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9 Responses to FBI Counter Intelligence, Ever Viligant. by J

  1. TV says:

    Wasn’t Peter Strzok one of their “top” guys?
    ‘Nuff said.

  2. Fred says:

    “FBI’s Counter Intelligence are ever watchful, working their tails off to negate the threats posed to U.S. National Security.”
    Peter Strzock, head of FBI CI, worked his tail off negating the electoral chances of Donald J. Trump then proceeded to work on negating his ability to govern.
    “…three months’ incarceration for a fraud…” You get more jail time for a DUI. Hilary’s server leaked more than the starboard side of the Titanic. How much jail time did anyone associated with that get?
    A big part of the FBI needs to be reformed, preferably with removal of most of its current leadership.

  3. Jack says:

    Then there’s Bill Priestap and Peter Strzok! Didn’t these guys run the show for a bit?

  4. Chris says:

    Does someone here have a good link to either one of Colonel Lang’s posts or from somewhere else that lays out the entire scenario and crimes committed by Hillary involving her servers and the whole cover-up and the purpose of her lies (treason) for that period anyway. I can look myself as well but I know many here could probably find it in a second. Thanks—Chris

  5. A great deal of smoke, but not much fire when these cases reach the courtroom. Most turn out to be exaggerated or even falsified, as this review and analysis demonstrates:
    Conclusion: This Study finds that Chinese and other Asian-Americans are disproportionately charged under the Economic Espionage Act, receive much longer sentences, and are significantly more likely to be innocent than defendants of other races.
    Although it is possible that Asian-Americans are prosecuted more often because they commit espionage more often, it is also possible that they are prosecuted more often because the DOJ has focused more resources to detect and punish spying related to Asian countries and defendants and so spends fewer resources investigating espionage conducted by defendants of other races.
    This Study also suggests that the DOJ is more likely to file charges prematurely, based on weak evidence, when the case involves an Asian- American defendant.
    Although some of these disparities may reflect legitimate concerns over the risk of flight, they may also reflect implicit biases with regard to the loyalty of Asian-Americans to the United States.
    In addition, this Article reveals that the traditional justifications for pretextual prosecutions generally do not apply to convictions of Asian-Americans originally suspected of espionage for false statements. Rather, these convictions harm the accountability of the DOJ, may serve to punish otherwise innocent minorities simply for being wrongfully profiled, and, ultimately, may force loyal Americans to refuse to cooperate with investigators for fear of being punished for false statements.
    By addressing racial biases and creating more transparent processes for charging and resolving espionage cases, however, we can reduce the number of innocent Americans charged with espionage and minimize the harm caused by these unfortunate cases.

  6. mcohen says:

    Evidently they sent a team to Beirut.Wonder why

  7. turcopolier says:

    The zionist neocons want to pin this on Hizballah.

  8. mcohen says:

    Damm pesky neocons.Bunch of senile domino players.Push the first one in the circle and the last one hits you in the ass (non biblical).

  9. mcohen says:

    Bannon’s gone and that’s one less swampy barr none.Wonder if he and ghislaine will be neighbours.

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