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Trapwire: It’s Not the Surveillance, It’s the Sleaze

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August 14, 2012
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“And Stratfor did more than promote Trapwire in Burton’s writing, as independent journalist Ben Doernberg discovered as he sifted through the WikLeaked emails. In the late summer of 2009, Fred Burton was appointed as the Texas Department of Public Safety’s assistant director for intelligence. To Stratfor president Don Kuykendall, the convergence of the Trapwire contract and the Burton appointment were a potential gold mine.

‘Fred has said that, once he is #2 dude in the Texas DPS (September oneth) that he is going use the appropriated $1,500,000 to install TrapWires [sic] product on the Texas border,’ Kuykendall wrote on August 22, 2009. ‘George, 8% X $1,500,000 = $120,000 for the good guys. Now, this all could be a wet dream, but stranger things have happened.’”

Source: Trapwire: It’s Not the Surveillance, It’s the Sleaze | Danger Room | Wired.com

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