Seven Soldiers Were Killed Due to Road Bomb, in Central Mali
September 28, 2018 | Brainwave Science
According to several reports published in the media, seven soldiers and a civilian driver were killed in central Mali when their vehicle hit explosives in the latest attack in an area riven by jihadist violence, the defence ministry said on Thursday. Two military vehicles were damaged by several explosive devices on Wednesday afternoon on a road between the town of Douentza and the village of Bambara Maoude, the ministry said in a communique. A total of 120 French soldiers meanwhile landed Thursday by parachute in the north-eastern region of Menaka, a particularly volatile region near the border with Niger, to boost counter-insurgency operations, French military spokesman Colonel Patrik Steiger said. ‘We are combining our capacities to create a surprise effect for the armed terrorist groups and to show to locals that we are capable of arriving quickly,’ he said. Mali’s unrest stems from a 2012 Tuareg separatist uprising which was exploited by militants in order to take over key cities in the north.
Some time ago terrorist and extremist organizations in different parts of the globe were not connected ideologically, informationally or financially between themselves, the current state of terrorism is characterized, first of all, by the integration of these separate organizations into larger structures on a religious, ethnic, ideological basis. As a rule, these structures are perfectly organized, use modern means of communication to coordinate their actions, have reliable sources of financing and arms suppliers, in the role of which, they want it or not, are both economically developed countries and poorly developed regions where there are armed conflicts.
In general terrorism can be defined as a well-established system of interrelationships between terrorist organizations around the world, each of which is well-structured, has reliable channels for the receipt of funds and weapons, is popular with some segments of the population, and acts on the side of the forces of separatism and decentralization.
For many countries, terrorism has already become a factor in domestic and foreign policy: the anti-terrorism legislation is being tightened, the costs of maintaining security forces are growing, police and military operations are being carried out, and attempts are being made to organize international cooperation aimed at exchanging information and experience in combating various forms of terrorism.
WHY BRAIN FINGERPRINTING?
All the actions mentioned above are good, but there is an pressing need for an innovative, efficient method of intelligence collection that can quickly preempt and neutralize hostile threats. Brain Fingerprinting is exactly the necessary technology, that is developed and modernized only by Brainwave Science. This is an objective and scientific technology with purpose of distinguishing between terrorists and innocents with high levels of, virtually unbeatable, accuracy. This technology detects the information stored in a terrorist’s brain and helps authorities take action. Brain Fingerprinting is the paradigm shift in the war against terror providing counterterrorism units with capabilities never available before, such as identifying perpetrators of terrorist act, members of terrorists cells, plans for future terrorist acts, validate and objectively test hypotheses generated by link analysis, network analysis programs – who is connected to which other individuals, groups, operations, etc.
Brain Fingerprinting system collects brain responses to each stimulus and all these brain responses are analyzed at end of the test by unique software and determine with 99.9% accuracy if the information is present or absent in the brain of the suspect. Brain Fingerprinting relies on detecting a distinct change in electrical potential current, “P300/P300 MERMER” when a human brain responds to the sight of familiar stimuli.
In the current case, Brain Fingerprinting can be of significant aid in gaining valuable intelligence. A series of stimuli, essentially case related investigation details such as: date, time and location of the attack; CCTV camera images if any; testimonies from witnesses; types of explosives used etc., will be input into the Brain Fingerprinting system. Case facts must include details only known to the perpetrator and investigator too, all stimuli is then displayed on a digital screen for suspect to just observe. These stimuli can be in the form of words, pictures or phrases, depending on its availability. Once the test is completed the system analyzes the brainwave responses of each suspects and displays results with over 99% guaranteed accuracy in each and every case.
The use of Brain Fingerprinting technology allows authorities to use their resources in a more efficient manner, targeting precisely the key people or actors inside a terrorist cell.
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