The Laundry Man by Kenneth Rijock ( Penguin/Random House UK)

Tuesday, July 21, 2020

CONFIRMATION THAT EAST CARIBBEAN LEADERS USE SPY SOFTWARE TO EAVESDROP ON THEIR OWN CITIZENS

For a number of years, we have reported that our sources in the East Caribban have seen evidence that governments in Antigua, Dominica and Grenada are illegally spying upon their citizens, through
software programs that allow them to read email and eavesdrop on telephone convesations. Now, confirmation has come from an unexpected place: Europe.

The authoritative german magazine Der Spiegel has named NICOLAS STEELE, the current Grenada Minister of Health, and former Minister of Foreign Afffairs, as the individual in the government of PM Keith Mitchell, whose official written correspondence with a German company confirmed his negotiations for the purchase of spy software capable of hacking smartphones.

If this wasn't sufficient confirmation that the government of East Caribbean states spy on their own people, ask some of the locals who are in Opposition parties. They will tell you stories about how their private political activities mysteriously became public knowledge, reducing their effectiveness in acting as checks and balances on Government violations of Constitutional rights.



    

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