Tuesday, December 10, 2013

Intelligence Agency Attack

Intelligence Agency Attack ---
Terroristic Security Incidents by Category |Timeline

November 26, 2012 Poison-tipped ballpoint pen and pen firing poison bullets found on failed N. Korean assassin Target was anti-North Korea activist, Park Sang-hak, according to S. Korean intelligence Park had been sending anti-Pyongyang propaganda leaflets across border in balloons cnn

September 1978, London, UK, assassination of Georgi Markov[edit]

On September 7, 1978, the Bulgarian dissident Georgi Markov was shot in the leg in public on Waterloo Bridge in the middle of London by a man using a weapon built into an umbrella. The weapon embedded a small pellet in Markov's leg which contained ricin. Markov died four days later.[1][2]

August 1981, Vienna, Virginia, US, assassination attempt on Boris Korczak[edit]

On August 14, 1981, exposed CIA double agent Boris Korczak was shot with some sort of air gun which fired a minuscule pellet containing ricin into his kidney. This attempt on his life happened while he was shopping at Giant Food Store in Vienna, Virginia. Korczak and the CIA[citation needed] are convinced that this was the work of the KGB as he had penetrated deep into the secret organization and damaged them for millions of dollars. Korczak survived, and he attributes this to the fact that he was luckily shot in the kidney and that his body treated the projectile as though it were a kidney stone, thus limiting exposure of his body to the toxin.[3]

JFK assassination one theory is that Lee Harvey Oswald worked for KGB (and possibly CIA)

June 28, 1914 Who started WW One? » The Assassination Dragutin Dimitrijević, the Head of Serbian Military Intelligence, approved and supported the plot to assassinate Archduke Franz Ferdinand. Dimitrijević, commonly known as Apis (his bull-like physique recalled the ancient Egyptian god), also led the Black Hand movement, a secret society dedicated to the formation of a Greater Serbia, and fellow members of this underground organisation, Major Vojislav Tankosić and Milan Ciganović, supplied and trained the assassins. Tankosić, the closest to Apis, was a Serbian army officer in charge of guerrilla training. Ciganović worked for the Serbian State Railway and had fought with Tankosić against the Bulgarians. Tankosić supplied the cell with six bombs, four semi-automatic pistols, ammunition, money, cyanide powder, and directions and credentials for the safe route used by the Black Hand to infiltrate arms and agents into Austria-Hungary. Ciganović trained them in the use of the weapons.