Law media expose local counter-terrorism intelligence war: various departments internal strife means more illegal

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 Law media expose local counter-terrorism intelligence war: various departments internal strife means more illegal


Reports say France has long been in a state of refusing to acknowledge the true state of intelligence at home. In December 2014, Jean-Jacques Jurvoa, then chairman of the Parliamentary Intelligence Delegation, wrote in his annual report: Under the current law, sectoral conditions are too poor. What intelligence personnel can do is safety monitoring, requisition of networking technology data and limited use files. Other means of utilization have been identified as illegal. Considering the tasks undertaken by these departments, this is hypocrisy and puts the civil servants serving the country in danger.

The report points out that most of the French intelligence departments are illegal operations. How many investigation reports of the General Intelligence Agency, the National Anti-espionage Agency and the General Administration of Internal Security can send the drafters to the court of first instance? A former deputy director of the National Anti-Spy Agency confirmed: There are countless, because this is the day-to-day intelligence personnel. The digital and telephone revolutions have brought about tremendous changes in working technology, exacerbating the gap between a country ruled by law and its practice.

The picture shows the scene of terrorist attack in France.

The report lists some illegal means: surveillance of Irish Republican Army loyalists who came to France to find 100 kilograms of explosives, recording all the relevant elements of the meeting between Corsican nationalists and Nice rogue Islanders, and positioning jihadists novices in a residential area in Lemilo and near a mosque. Reports say that the use of tools is usually the same. These people are tracked through telephone and relay ports or by real-time geolocation of vehicles with signal transmitters. If you dont know the phone number of the other party, the interception system of the IMSI smart signal capturer can capture all telephone conversations in a certain area. The sound system of apartments and cars can also be entered. If intelligence agencies do not have time to deploy small surveillance equipment and cameras, they can also conduct simple and brutal illegal searches. The only problem is that judges can always sentence users of these means for infringing on the privacy and residence of others, destroying private life, destructive theft or illegal surveillance.

Reported that in some cases, the General Administration of Internal Intelligence will even consider the law against their own interests, choose to circumvent. In a public inquiry into power and property transactions, Bernard Scarsini, who served as director of Frances Internal Intelligence Agency from 2008 to 2012, admitted to the judge that his department would lie in monitoring administrative statements in the name of protecting relations with foreign agencies. In particular, he referred to an operation against the suspected interference of Mossad, the Israeli intelligence service, in France, during which the CIA deliberately changed the real name of the target in the application order for monitoring equipment.

The report pointed out that the National Security Administrations search for autonomy is not an empty talk, but has been insisting on it. The department even took measures to circumvent the technical supervision of the General Administration of foreign affairs. Under the guidance of Frances counter-terrorism strategy, the situation is far from being as stated in the declaration of the government that all the French intelligence departments are united in their hearts. It is the domestic anti-spy bureau, and later the General Intelligence Administration and the General Administration of Internal Security, which sometimes prefer to contact with foreign intelligence agencies rather than cooperate with the General Security Administration of their own countries. In February 2016, Bernard Scarsini admitted: Regrettably, in terms of cooperation, the French Intelligence Service is indeed more willing to deal with its counterparts abroad than with its own people.

On February 14, 2016, just after France was hit hard by terrorism in 2015, the National Intelligence Commission met at the Elysee Palace under the chairmanship of the President. To improve inter-departmental relations, the President announced the appointment of Interior Minister Bernard Kazenaf and Director-General of Internal Security Patrick Calval to oversee counter-terrorism. Karl Val felt that the domestic security administration, which had been neglected for 10 years, could finally be reborn.

Reported that, but in fact, the meaning of this statement is always superficial. The president has not changed a dozen independent agencies responsible for counter-terrorism in France and does not involve regulatory powers. Other departments are at the same level as the General Administration of internal safety. There is no affiliation between the General Administration and the Ministry of the interior. According to the report, the election of Emmanuel Marklon as President in 2017 and the establishment of the National Counter-Terrorism Intelligence Coordinator indicate that cooperation between French intelligence agencies will be improved and internal strife is expected to end. But there is another hidden obstacle that always threatens the fight against terrorism: the interests of all sectors. Departments will first defend their families, budgets, staff and principles. The General Administration of internal safety will not violate this rule. It is seen as the first and last barrier to counter-terrorism violence within the country, overshadowed by the powerful General Administration of Foreign Security, and subject to extraordinary pressure, whether from the regime or public opinion, all in order to continue to adhere to the practices of this sector and strive for maximum self-sufficiency within the government. Lord. (compile / Zhao Kexin) this article source: Reference News Net editor: Yao Wenguang _NN1682

Reported that, but in fact, the meaning of this statement is always superficial. The president has not changed a dozen independent agencies responsible for counter-terrorism in France and does not involve regulatory powers. Other departments are at the same level as the General Administration of internal safety. There is no affiliation between the General Administration and the Ministry of the interior.

According to the report, the election of Emmanuel Marklon as President in 2017 and the establishment of the National Counter-Terrorism Intelligence Coordinator indicate that cooperation between French intelligence agencies will be improved and internal strife is expected to end. But there is another hidden obstacle that always threatens the fight against terrorism: the interests of all sectors. Departments will first defend their families, budgets, staff and principles. The General Administration of internal safety will not violate this rule. It is seen as the first and last barrier to counter-terrorism violence within the country, overshadowed by the powerful General Administration of Foreign Security, and subject to extraordinary pressure, whether from the regime or public opinion, all in order to continue to adhere to the practices of this sector and strive for maximum self-sufficiency within the government. Lord. (compile / Zhao Kexin)