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CIA in Camp Logan

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Revision D: CIA agents are residing in an expensive neighborhood, called Camp Logan, in Houston, Texas at taxpayer expense. These homes cost up to $1MM. One of the CIA Offices is located at 2929 Allen Parkway, Houston, TX 77019. (0) Homes in the neighborhood were rapidly purchased in 2013 – 2014, which drove up prices, so the criminals started hacking the websites of zillow.com, hcad.org, and har.com to manipulate the prices. This is a good indicator of where they live. (1) In this neighborhood, they prefer homes with iron gates & fences. (2) Watch the mail & package deliveries, especially at odd hours. (3) They are using “street joggers'” as security guards (4) Data signal sent from the roof of AIG Building at 2929 Allen Parkway. (5) Agents also living on Truro and Tyne streets, north of Washington Blvd; south of Washington on Knox and Malone streets. (6) The old motel on Westcott is used as a “guard shack” 24 hours per day. ... More > (7) When the electricity goes out, firetrucks arrive in 3 mins.< Less
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ISBN
9781365308468
Edition
Rev 1D
Published
October 25, 2016
Language
English
Pages
6
File Format
PDF
File Size
156.37 KB

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