Tue, 18 Dec 2018

Articles Posted in the " Exclusive Investigation " Category

  • FBI Spy-planes Used for Counter-Drug Investigations

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    A home in Gastonia, North Carolina was raided on November 3rd by a law enforcement team lead by the FBI. The raid was the culmination of a three year investigation into an alleged crack cocaine distribution ring according to the Gaston Gazette. Weeks prior to this, aircraft from the FBI aerial surveillance fleet had been circling over Gastonia.

    The North Star Post reported on the whereabouts of the FBI aerial surveillance fleet for months. Our weekly reports gave the American people a sense of the size, scope and other nuances of the surveillance operation.

    These





  • DEA Operating Warrantless Surveillance Aircraft Fleet Over U.S. and Abroad

    Courtesy John Wiseman

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    The United States Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) is operating a fleet of surveillance aircraft over locations within the United States as well as “foreign environments,” according to Jeffrey Stramm special agent in charge of DEA aviation division.

    The Administration does not “get warrants for public space surveillance,” Stramm said in a phone call with The Post. He went on to say that this surveillance program is in accordance with Title 21 United States Code.

    While Stramm wouldn’t confirm the number of aircraft that make up the fleet, our investigation identified 92 aircraft (as


  • Florida Law Enforcement Surveillance Operation Hidden Behind Front Company

    – Frequently airborne surveillance aircraft in Florida registered to non-existent company, the phone number of which rings the desk of an analyst at the Southeast Florida Fusion Center.

    – Miami-Dade Police Department is not allowing information requests pursuant to surveillance operations, aerial or otherwise, and at this time has not confirmed or denied that the aircraft in question is operated by law enforcement.

    Cessna aircraft N786TF has been airborne most recently [upon last check] on July 30th over Pompano Beach, North of Fort Lauderdale.

    – [Update: August 6th, 1030am]
    Broward Sheriffs Public Information Office denied our inquiries “Any information


  • Tracking the “FBI Sky Spies”

    WAPS tech – militarization of surveillance comes home to roost…

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    Below is a listing of 100 aircraft registered to shell companies that do not exist. The Federal Bureau of Investigation registered the aircraft in this way to hide the operation from US citizens. At the time of posting, a number of these aircraft are most likely airborne over American cities, equipped with advanced, very high resolution imaging and video technology, StingRay the secretive bulk cellular phone tracking technology, and almost certainly infrared / nightvision or other hardware. A denied FOIA is being appealed and