Zionist Noses. According to the September 12, 2019 edition of the American political journal POLITICO, Israel "likely" placed cell phone surveillance devices around the White House and other "sensitive locations" in Washington, D.C. The publication based its statement on three, unnamed, former senior U.S. officials with knowledge of the matter. (The story, however, first broke in June 2018 in a variety of news outlets which noted that the devices, called "stingrays", had been detected the previous year.)
Stingrays are not fish but are, as Politico described them, devices "which mimic regular cell towers to fool cell phones into giving them their locations and identity information. Formally called international mobile subscriber identity-catchers or IMSI-catchers, they also can capture the contents of calls and data use." American police departments use them and such use has occasioned a series of lawsuits alleging violations of the 1st and 4th Amendments to the U.S. Constitution's Bill of Rights, regarding freedom of speech and warrantless searches.
Israeli officials, as is normally the case, denied any involvement. Donald Trump also denigrated the "alleged" Israeli activities, saying "My relationship with Israel has been great...Anything is possible but I don't believe it."
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