Tuesday, January 26, 2016



QUESTION regarding (presumably from) Jean-Claude De-Grimaldi

AS  P. Albert's  Chief Intelligence Officer for six years,  We are CERTAIN that you have been Very Well aware of P. Albert's scurrilous activities against myself,   Robert...
   During your time with Albert,  you were surveilling me assiduously ... As part of your duties Were you not, Robert...?
   I have state department reports on this from my Trustee, Charles W. Robinson III, Deputy Secretary of State with Your name on it Mr. Eringe r. 
   Is there anything you want to inform me about with impunity before all of these matters 
are exposed in the next two weeks Mr. Eringe r? The next two weeks is your opportunity .

My reply:

Dear Sir,

While it is true that I was Prince Albert’s Intelligence Adviser for 5.5 years, the first time I heard the name Jean-Claude De-Grimaldi was earlier this month through your e-mail address.

Hence, I was not only not aware of such a person and thus not interested in such a person, but I never even knew of the existence of such a person while I worked for the Prince.  (Sorry to disappoint.)

Consequently, I have nothing to inform you about, because everything I now know about such a person is from your own e-mails.  

Best wishes,



A senior American official openly accused Putin of corruption, nepotism, and direct embezzlement of state funds. 
The U.S. government has already imposed sanctions on Putin’s aides, but it is thought to be the first time it has directly accused the president himself of corruption.

Could it be true that the world is finally waking up?

Thursday, January 21, 2016


Where is the surprise here?

We have said it all along.

Starting with my 2008 book Ruse:  Undercover With FBI Counterintelligence.

Russian President Vladimir Putin "probably approved" the killing of ex-spy Alexander Litvinenko in London, a British inquiry into his agonising death by radiation poisoning found Thursday.
Litvinenko, a prominent Kremlin critic, died three weeks after drinking tea laced with radioactive polonium at an upmarket London hotel in 2006.
Two Russians, Andrei Lugovoi and Dmitri Kovtun, were identified by British police as prime suspects but attempts to extradite the pair have failed.
The findings of the 300-page report pile pressure on Britain to act against Russia in response. Home Secretary Theresa May is due to outline the government reaction in a statement to parliament later on Thursday.
"The FSB operation to kill Litvinenko was probably approved by Mr (Nikolai) Patrushev and also by President Putin," the report said.

Excerpted from 

Undercover with FBI Counterintelligence

For all the theories and political spin, it is clear that the FSB as an institution, not some rogue element, executed Litvinenko, a former KGB officer who quit and exiled himself to Britain.

FSB Chairman Nikolai Patrushev personally approved the operation, and it was sanctioned at the very top, by his boss, President Putin.

Wednesday, January 13, 2016


Famous Hollywood actor Josh Penner works secretly as an "access agent" for the CIA, collecting intelligence on foreign dictators. 

The biggest problem facing Charles Mulberry, an officer with CIA's Foreign Research Division in Los Angeles, is stroking his celebrity agent's ego, compounded by a turf war with the FBI over Penner's evolving activities. 

A new assignment for Penner, to neuter a rogue spy intent on revealing vital secrets, complicates matters significantly as cloaked characters converge into a surprise ending.

Saturday, January 2, 2016


In October 2013, Anastasia Kirilenko interviewed me on behalf of Radio Free Europe.

That interview has now been incorporated into a Russian documentary movie called Who is Mr. Putin?

Already over one million views.

I appear at 55:00 through 57:35.