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Feds Pay Millions For Bogus Spy Software

February 20th, 2011 02:14 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

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gosuperninja writes “The US Government paid tens of millions of dollars to Dennis Montgomery because he said he had created software that could decode secret Al-Qaeda messages embedded in Al-Jazeera broadcasts. Even though the CIA figured out that his software was fraud in 2003, other defense agencies continued to believe in it. To date, the government has not prosecuted Montgomery, most likely to save itself the embarrassment.”

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