January 4-5, 2011 -- SPECIAL EXCUSIVE REPORT. Israeli intelligence agents on move in Latin America
WMR has received information and documentation from foreign intelligence sources in Latin America that the Israeli intelligence service Mossad and its extensive network of non-official cover agents in Latin America are now on the move and are engaged in "something big."
The impending trip of Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad to Latin America has seen an increase in activity of Mossad and sayanim (resident Latin American Jewish agents of influence) in Latin America and especially in Costa Rica. Ahmadinejad is expected to attend the inauguration of Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega on January 10.
Israeli propaganda efforts against Iran and its diplomatic allies in Latin America have included spinning a dubious story that Iranian Al Quds Force personnel and military and diplomatic personnel have been working with Lebanese Hezbollah operatives and drug cartels to carry out drug smuggling operations into the United States as well as a plot to assassinate the Saudi ambassador in Washington. The Israeli propaganda blitz has also attempted to link Iran to the 9/11 terrorist attacks on the United States.
Israel has been active in destabilization efforts, using bases of operations in Costa Rica, along the Costa Rican-Nicaraguan border. As previously reported by WMR on November 2, 2010, "Ex-Israeli commandos operating in Costa Rica with the blessing of Israeli Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman operate under the cover of the Mossad-linked security firm Bitajon Shar, which has been connected, according to WMR's Central American sources, to the destabilization efforts on the Costa Rican borders with Nicaragua and El Salvador. Bitajon Shar has also been described as a Mossad pass-through to infiltrate Israeli security personnel into the counter-narcotics apparatuses of Colombia and Mexico, as well as Costa Rica." The Mossad agents in Costa Rica enjoy the protection of Costa Rican Vice President Luis Liberman, who is Jewish.
A suspected Mossad cell operating in San Jose, Costa Rica was found to have in its possession a list of contract security guards assigned to protect the U.S. embassy in San Jose. The 90 security personnel work for the U.S. private security company EOD Technology, Inc. (EODT) of Lenoir City, Tennessee, which has been contracted to the U.S. State Department to provide security for U.S. embassies in Costa Rica, Iraq, Kuwait, and Afghanistan. The Mossad cell had computerized files containing personal details on all the security guards. EODT maintains overseas offices in Lagos, Nigeria; the Radwaniya Palace Complex in Baghdad; Kabul, Afghanistan; Kampala, Uganda; San Jose, Costa Rica; and Pretoria, South Africa, as well as stateside offices in Huntsville, Alabama; Reston, Virginia; and Tucson, Arizona. EODT has also provided services for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, the Multi-National Security Transition Command - Iraq; and mine clearing operations for international and commercial clients.
Other computer files contained on the Mossad cell's computer are in the Russian language. Many Mossad and sayanim operatives in Latin America hail from Russia and Ukraine and are not conversant in Hebrew, thus they rely on Russian, in addition to languages like English and Spanish. Contained in the files on the Mossad kingpin's computer were details on the U.S. embassy's security detail, vehicles and routes used by U.S. embassy personnel en route to and from San Jose's Juan Santamaria International Airport. In addition, files containing U.S. embassy vehicles and routes to and from airports for U.S. diplomatic posts in Panama, Colombia, Peru, Brazil, and Argentina were contained in the computer files.
The cell's kingpin has traveled on a U.S. passport to Belarus, Ukraine, and Brazil. A few months ago he was detained at the Panamanian-Costa Rican border with $20,000 in cash. The kingpin is suspected of smuggling Mossad agents into the United States under the J1 temporary worker program. Soon, the temporary workers, all Jews bearing Israeli passports from Russia and other eastern European countries, were given new identities and were inserted into various positions throughout the United States. The Mossad kingpin also recruited agents in the Brazilian government and double agents inside Peru's Shining Path terrorist movement. Over the past five years, the Mossad network also inserted agents inside various U.S. embassies throughout Latin America.
Belarus, Ukraine, and Brazilian visas in suspected Mossad kingpin's U.S. passport.
There is a strong possibility that shopping mall kiosk operations in the United States involving Israeli vendors are linked to the J1 visa smuggling operation. The profile of one such kiosk operator active in the Fort Lauderdale and Orlando regions is a case in point. The individual entered the United States illegally and lived for a while in California. The Israeli, a veteran of the Israel Defense Force and known to have links to the Russian-Israeli mafia, does not have a valid U.S. visa but runs a number of mall kiosks, as well as a jewelry store. Although he was robbed on numerous occasions, the Israeli, who often disappears for long periods of time, avoided contacting the police.
The main base for the Mossad infiltration operation in Latin America was San Jose, Costa Rica. However, over the past two months, all of the Mossad personnel, individuals masquerading as security trainers and Israeli Krav Maga self-defense instructors have disappeared, except for one. A Russian national by the name of Dmitri is in prison for shooting a Nigerian model in Costa Rica. Two of the Mossad agents are known to have used the code names of "Cowboy" and "Rabbit." The Mossad cell also worked with two former CIA personnel, one based at Nosara, Costa Rica and the other, a Cuban national who has been involved in anti-Castro operations for decades and who, in 1968, flew a Russian-made plane to Homestead, Florida from Varandero, Cuba along with 13 passengers, many of them armed. The semi-retired Cuban, who now heads a security firm in Costa Rica that, among other services, imports and exports ammunition, was involved in the CIA's contra war against Nicaragua in the 1980s.
Some of the weapons that ended up in the hands of the Mossad cell were wrapped in plastic and dug up from a Costa Rican farm near the Nicaraguan border. It is suspected that the weapons, which included Russian-made AK-47s -- discernible by their wooden stocks with the Russian star -- pistols with silencers, and tracer ammunition for the AK-47s, were stockpiled by the CIA during the contra war with Nicaragua.
In 1999, the Mossad kingpin wrote in his computer journal that he "dreamed of an attack on the United States" that would result in a war. Some of the Israeli "art students" active in the United States in the months before the 9/11 attacks had links to Latin America, particularly Argentina, Colombia, and Mexico.
The Mossad operatives in Costa Rica were identifiable by the black bags they carried. Inside the bags were $20,000 in cash, multiple passports, an Uzi and a Glock, extra ammunition, changes of clothes. Attempts by the Costa Rican judicial police, the Organismo de Investigación Judicial (OIJ), have been spiked by interference from higher levels, possible Vice President Liberman and other Israeli agents-of-influence in the administration of President Laura Chinchilla.