bugging device

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bugging device

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bugging device

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ySTANBUL (CyHAN)- Eleven suspects charged with espionage and managing and being members of a terrorist organization, as part of a second case linked to a bugging device that was allegedly found in then-Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoy-an's office in 2011, have rejected the claims filed against them at the first hearing held on Tuesday.
MI5 agents broke into an Anglesey flat to plant a bugging device and more than 35 followed a man during a demonstration.
A company which sold a bugging device and tracking system to a man for eavesdropping on his estranged wife, and the company's manager have been fined Dh100,000 each, while the husband has been sentenced to three months in prison with a fine of Dh10,000.
In an exclusive interview with the Irish Sunday Mirror, Mr Bailey took our reporter to where he believes the bugging device was planted.
Prosecutor Kristina Montgomery told Leamington Crown Court, Cartwright and two other men set up a bugging device on the roof of Coventry Building Society, in Holbrooks Lane, Holbrooks, in February 2008.
Principally that related to Jersey police officers lying to install an illegal bugging device in a car.
Iron Angle wishes we could confirm it was a bugging device but, alas, it was nothing of the sort.
THE discovery of a secret bugging device in a parish hall has sparked a mystery worth of a Miss Marple whodunnit.
The disclosure will come as a major embarrassment to Gerry Adams, who made a grandstand play of transporting the bugging device to England last week to "return" it to Tony Blair before the Leeds Castle talks.
In what prosecutors are calling the first case of its kind, a former claim manager in California has been charged with planting an electronic bugging device on a computer at an insurance company.
human rights rapporteur Paulo Segio Pinheiro on Monday cut short his visit to Myanmar in protest over finding a bugging device while holding private interviews with political prisoners.
Should anyone see a fly on the wall at the next BOLA council meeting, they might be advised to check it for a bugging device, because the debate is likely to be engaging.