Sunday, August 25, 2013
Surveillance Role Players in San Diego
Those of you who have already read my latest Fortean Times article, “Strange Tales of Homeland Security" (which focuses on a series of Orwellian events in the city of San Diego), will be intrigued to know that Julie Wilson's 8-21-13 Infowars.com article about "Surveillance Role Players" in San Diego seems to confirm—to an eerie degree—many of the bizarre allegations I've documented in my FT article. Wilson's piece, entitled "San Diego Craigslist Ad Searches for 'Surveillance Role Players'," begins as follows:
"A recent post on a San Diego Craigslist website advertises the need for 'motivated' Surveillance Role Players (SRPs) and scenario driven practical exercise Role Players (RPs). The ad claims to be looking to fill these positions to 'support military training activities in the San Diego, Calif. region.'
"The ad further states: 'Qualified personnel should demonstrate an established track record of conducting surveillance operations at various discretion levels, supporting surveillance training and military practical exercise training. Individuals with previous military, intelligence community and law enforcement experience are highly preferred.'
"The MASY Group, the company hiring, is looking for candidates that have a minimum of five years of counterintelligence (CI) or human intelligence (HUMINT), with at least two years of operational deployments in a CI/HUMINT military occupational specialty. Applicants are also required at minimum, to possess a secret clearance to qualify.
"According to the company’s website, their mission is to 'effectively address and solve our client’s emerging and most complex leadership, organizational and operational challenges.'"
You can read Julie Wilson's entire article by clicking HERE.