Case Scenario for Counter-Terrorism
[The following is an example case where Brain Fingerprinting can be used in border security, immigration, and customs, with specific application to counterterrorism.]
Abdullah Ahmadi is a businessman visiting from Iran. He has traveled here eight times in the last two years. In each case, he has stayed for one to two weeks. He has met with legitimate businessmen to discuss his import/export business for several hours on each trip. The rest of his time was allegedly spent on tourist activities. He has spent several days on each trip in populated areas, with potential untraceable contact with many individuals. He has spent evenings on his business trips in crowded nightclubs, where his activities and contacts are difficult to observe or trace.
Amir Ghaderi, an informant of unknown reliability, has identified Ahmadi as a terrorist. The informant states that he recognizes Ahmadi as a member of the Al Ghadir Brigade in Zahedan, Iran. Ghaderi claims to be highly knowledgeable about Ahmadi and his activities. He states that Ahmadi is a skilled bomb maker with a high degree of expertise in improvised explosive devices (IEDs). He states that in Zahedan, Iran, the Al Ghadir Brigade meets regularly in a safe house on 23 Naderi Street and in the home of one of the members on 44 Keshavarz Street. Ghaderi also states that Ahmadi has been meeting surreptitiously with local terrorist suspects on his business trips here.
The leaders of the Al Ghadir Brigade in Zahedan are Jamal Abadi, Khalil Mousavi, Ali Velayi, Saeed Moghadam, and Alireza Fadayi. The suspected local terrorists are Ibrahim Ghannam, Zaire Hadad, Hassan Abdolkarim, Malik Ghasem, and Tariq Aswad.
Ahmadi claims to have no knowledge of any of these individuals or locations. He says has heard of the Al Ghadir group, but claims to have no association with them.
A Brain Fingerprinting test can determine whether or not this incriminating information is stored in Ahmadi’s brain.
One Brain Fingerprinting test can be applied to determine whether or not Ahmadi has the knowledge and expertise characteristic of IED experts stored in his brain.
Two additional Brain Fingerprinting tests can determine whether or not Ahmadi has knowledge of the individuals and places specified by Ghaderi.
Brain Fingerprinting applied in this way can definitively determine whether or not the incriminating information identifying Ahmadi’s terrorist connections and bomb-making knowledge is stored in his brain, when he claims to lack any such knowledge.
Our Case Scenarios highlight Brain Fingerprinting’s instrumental value in security today. Contact Brainwave Science today to learn about this innovative and indispensable counter terrorism technology.