| U.S. Ambassador in Damascus Robert Ford has secretly transferred tapping devices to the protestors in Hama during Thursday and Friday’s illegal visit to the province.|
As-Safir Lebanese daily quoted “reliable” sources Tuesday as saying that these devices were intended to be used for sending images about the protests and airing them live, and for eavesdropping and spying on the army, security, and police in “areas of conflict”.
The source further emphasized that the Syrian security apparatuses successfully dismantled the devices and arrested some of those who used them.
It indicated that these devices were located on balconies facing security headquarters, as well as government and military buildings.
The Lebanse daily proceeded clarifying that the devices were very accurate, pointing out that preliminary investigations revealed that those devices were set to reach various Syrian regions, which helped the security authority capture one of the major eavesdropping network.
However, the source told As-Safir that there appears to be a big number of devices with the opposition figures.
Wednesday, 13 July 2011
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