Cody R., former Army intel analyst who served in Afghanistan, promised to put his hand on the Bible and swear to this story about how the “Israeli government mistrusts everyone, including its own allies.” He said, “I was in the intel field for many years. It’s a very difficult business.”
“I did my basic combat training at Fort Jackson. After ending the training I was sent to Fort Huachuca in Arizona to start training as an intel analyst,” our whistleblower Cody said.
“Every Army base has a small town close to it, this one is named Sierra Vista and it had a rundown mall. Well after some time in training you are allowed to leave base on the weekends as long as you are back for Sunday count. Tons of soldiers hang out at the mall. All malls have those small kiosks that sell stuff,” our whistleblower said.
“Well the laptop kiosk turned into a thing at the Sierra Vista mall. These laptops were very expensive for the time. At a price between $800 and $1700. These computers were being sold at “deals” to service members many hundreds of dollars cheaper than the real value. (It is pretty easy to tell who service members are, because of the hair, tan lines, glasses),” our whistleblower said.
“Well at some point it was known on base about these special deal laptops and that caused alarm bells to go off in senior leadership. CID was sent to investigate. They found that these computer salesmen were Mossad Spies and the computers had hardware and software installed to spy. You could reinstall the operating system but the chips are hardwired reinstalled and this still gave the spies keyboard access, microphone, screen and webcam. Think about it, soldiers usually take their laptops out on deployment and OPSEC is usually preached but is not always followed. That is the Israel I know about,” our whistleblower stated.