Wednesday, February 29, 2012

Wikileak Reveals Stratfor as shadow CIA Spy Agency

Coca-Cola and Dow Chemical are among the once-secret clients of the private intelligence firm Stratfor that have now been revealed by WikiLeaks.
WikiLeaks chief Julian Assange says his anti-secrecy group has more than 5 million Stratfor emails that will be released in the coming weeks. The first batch published Monday reveals Stratfor clients ranging from local universities to global megacorporations.
"What we have discovered is a company that is a private intelligence Enron," Assange told London's Frontline Club, referring to the Texas energy giant whose spectacular bankruptcy turned it into a byword for corporate malfeasance.

Assange accused Stratfor of funneling money to informants through offshore tax havens, monitoring activist groups on behalf of big corporations and making investments based on its secret intelligence.

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