Monday, 15 September 2014

Police spend allegedly $75 million on software program from Germany

FinFisher   Was part of the Gamma Group of companies.

This alleged drug network I have one control in Germany.  Interesting this company comes from Germany.

Louthean Nelson owns the Gamma Group, a controversial computer surveillance firm employing ex-military personnel. It sells bugging technology to Middle East and south-east Asian governments. Nelson owns a BVI offshore arm, Gamma Group International Ltd.

We have to look at connections for the co-incidences to come about.

Louthean Nelson, FinFisher's discreet rep

Beirut-based British businessman Louthean Nelson is the man behind the controversial penetration software manufacturer Gamma.

This included SlovakiaMongolia,Qatar State Security, South AfricaBahrainPakistanEstoniaVietnamAustralia NSW Police, BelgiumNigeriaNetherlands KLPD, PCS Security in Singapore,Bangladesh, Secret Services of HungaryItaly and Bosnia & Herzegovina Intelligence.

Look at the links of where this program has been sold is where the alleged drug networks move.

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