Germany’s Foreign Intelligence Agency (BND), in an effort to come clean in these compromised post-Snowden times, has revealed that a number of mysterious facilities dotting Germany are in fact used as spy stations.
Strike one in the victory column for the conspiracy theorists.
After many years of denying it had any connection with organizations such as the Ionosphere Institute, and snubbing website “conspiracy” claims to the contrary, the BND admitted the mysterious complexes were in fact poorly concealed surveillance stations.
One of the facilities, previously known as the Telecommunications Traffic Office of the German Armed Forces, in Bad Aibling, near Munich, had its hitherto secret identity betrayed by massive golf ball-shaped radomes on its lawn.
The German intelligence-gathering agency held a ceremony at the complex on Friday to unveil a brass nameplate declaring its real purpose.
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