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Another FBI Agent Exposed Using Pakistan’s Email Domains

Posted by yourpakistan on September 16, 2010


The undercover agents working for the US spying agencies operating in Pakistan are using the email domains that belong to the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), to share secret information on Pakistan, The Nation’s investigations reveal.

An authentic piece of information based on verified reports discloses that the FBI and CIA agents currently living in Islamabad are using the email domain “ic.fbi. state. gov”. The email address of an FBI reported informant who uses the same email domain, which this newspaper managed to get hold of, reads “keith. winter@ic. fbi. state.gov”.

The reported undercover operative introduces himself as an aid worker who is here to provide humanitarian assistance to flood affectees. The informant is identified as Keith B. Winter, a US national, currently residing in the sector F-6/2. In order to verify whether the aforesaid email address was workable and it was operated from Islamabad, some Internet Service Providers (ISPs) were consulted who confirmed after due verifications that the email address was existent, been operated from the aforementioned origin.

This journalist sent a few emails to the email address in discussion, but they were not returned. The situation is alarming as on one hand, the United States accuses Pakistan’s government and military set-ups of having failed to curb ‘rising militancy’ in flood-hit areas while on the other hand, its own intelligence agencies are the ones that are exploiting the flash floods scenario to the maximum, in the garb of humanitarian assistance.

The ISPs say that the informants who use secretive email domains are using Pakistani Internet networks to operate from. However, the ISPs are unable to stop that practice and make any secret information public.

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