The Arab country is determined to win the World Cup against rivals such as Australia and the United States.
Washington (Associated Press – A CIA ex-agent was found to have been watching senior football officials in Qatar, a small Arab nation hosting next year’s World Cup.
In the next few years, Jock also worked for Qatar, tracking Qatar’s critics in football based on interviews with people related to Jock, as well as reviews of contracts, invoices, emails, and company documents.
Kevin Chalker, a former CIA agent who is now a private contractor, was hired by Qatar to supervise the teams of other candidates as well as important football managers. He will also participate in the match. An Associated Press investigation revealed that 2010 Selection of the Year was selected.
New Jersey Democrat Tom Malinowski stated that Washington, D.C. is flooded with money from the Persian Gulf. The temptation is great. It encourages Americans to do things they shouldn’t.
This case is one of many examples of ex-intelligence agents from the United States working for countries with poor human rights records. Washington authorities are concerned about this trend.
The World Cup is one of the most popular sporting events on the planet. Qatar, which is one of the wealthiest countries in the globe, has the chance to speak on an international stage.
According to an Associated Press survey, Qatar has little chance. The records show that the surveillance effort involved a person pretending to be a photojournalist in order to track the candidacy for a competitor country. Also, traps were set up on Facebook by someone who impersonated a beautiful woman to make it seem like they were getting close to the target. Records reveal that agents working for Jock or the Persian Gulf countries searched at least one FIFA agent’s phone records before the 2010 vote.
The company document also highlights its efforts to win the influential football leader Jordan’s Prince Ali Bin Al-Hussein (Ali Bin Al-Hussein), who failed to successfully run for international competition in 2015 and 2016. The Football Federation Chairman. Global Risk Advisors suggested that Qataris finance the development of football. Ali’s leadership “will help strengthen Qatari’s reputation for being a benevolent presence” in a 2013 document.
“To date, the greatest achievement of Project MERCILESS (…) has come from the successful penetration of prominent opponents within the FIFA organization,” Chalker’s company Global Risk Advisors stated in a 2014 document that described a minimum The budget is $387 million in nine years. It is unclear how much the Qatari customers paid to the company.
An Ali representative said that the prince “has always maintained a good direct personal relationship with the ruler of Qatar. Of course I don’t need a consultant to help build this relationship.”
The full scope of Jok’s work in Qatar is unclear, but the Associated Press reviewed some of the projects proposed by Global Risks Advisors between 2014 and 2017, including initiatives not directly related to the World Cup.
Pickaxe, which promises to collect “personality and biometric information” about migrant workers in Qatar, is one example. Falconeye, a project that uses drones to monitor borders and population centers to control migrant workers’ populations, was described.
The GRA document states that Qatar will continue to be the dominant country in migrant worker recruitment by implementing screening and background checks.
Global Risk Advisors promises that Viper will allow users to access mobile devices remotely or in person. Viper is another project that can be used to provide valuable information and enhance national security. These technologies are used by private companies in authoritarian nations around the globe, including the Persian Gulf.