Original UPI Article Here
Taking a look at the article, we see that they put in a nice summary of our work.
The pending invasion of Iraq and the possibility that it will bring new terrorist attacks to the United States has stoked the level of chatter on the Internet mailing list that has become a "must-have" for government officials, investigative reporters and world affairs scholars in the netherworld of international spooks.
"The consensus is that (Iraqi leader) Saddam (Hussein) is an eternal optimist," said Scott Malone, moderator and founder of the Web site dubbed "BlackNET," which was originally launched in Arlington, Va., in the immediate wake of the Sept. 11, 2001, suicide attack on the nearby Pentagon. "And (President) Bush is going to do exactly what he says."
If you go directly to the source; you'd find that there is more depth to the BlackNET then appears to the naked eye....
And they seem to have found some of our members (from the article):
"They have a curious and uncanny awareness of things which are not always publicly available and are clearly a group of knowledgeable individuals working toward a common goal behind the scenes without getting or expecting credit for the information they provide."
While BlackNET's membership is limited to people that work in the field of security and intelligence; you can read here some of our new information that is for unlimited public dissemination.
As always; keep your eyes here, as there will be more to come.....