Espionage, Murder and Pegasus Spyware come to light in a special partnership between Exile Content Studios and the Committee to Protect Journalists. Hosts Rose Reid and Nando Vila examine the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi, and his inner circle that had the world's most sophisticated military-grade spyware confirmed on their phones. It's called Pegasus. How did this spyware come to be, how does it work, and how vulnerable are you? Every other week Shoot The Messenger investigates Pegasus, the Israeli technology company that makes it, the NSO Group, and the cyber war industry that is booming around it. You have heard the headlines — this is the deep dive.
A Sneak Peak into Season 2 "Who Killed The Haitian President?"
We're taking a brief hiatus, but here's a sneak peak into what we're working on for Shoot The Messenger season two!
For our second season of Shoot the Messenger, we are doing a special collaboration with reporter David Adams to tell a story that continues to be a mystery, the assassination of the President of Haiti, Jovenel Moïse
11/07/2023 • 3 minutes 42 seconds
BONUS: Introducing Transportista
Captain Humberto Coral was a key member in the Search Bloc that hunted down and killed notorious drug lord Pablo Escobar. Only a few months after the killing of Escobar, Captain Coral was mysteriously killed in the streets of Medellín. His son, Beto, grows up asking himself who was responsible for his father’s death?
27/06/2023 • 30 minutes 2 seconds
Bonus: How a US Reporter was Imprisoned in Putin's Russia
On March 29, Russian authorities arrested Evan and accused him of spying on Russia on behalf of the US government. Evan was imprisoned in Moscow’s Lefortovo prison, where he remains today. In this special episode from Project Brazen, you’ll hear from those close to Evan — his friends, newsroom colleagues, even his former soccer coach — about his shocking arrest, efforts to bring him home, and how he became the journalist he is today. https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/free-evan-gershkovich-how-a-us-reporter-was/id1585848867?i=1000613477446
Evan is the first American reporter to be charged with espionage in Russia since the Cold War. The charge, which The Journal vehemently denies, can carry a sentence of up to 20 years. To support the campaign for Evan’s release or send him a message of support, visit <a href="http://
13/06/2023 • 26 minutes 4 seconds
BONUS: Introducing Click Here
A special bonus episode from one of our favorite podcasts, Click Here.
Click Here is a podcast about the world of cyber and intelligence hosted by Dina Temple-Raston.
Click Here did a special episode about Pegasus spyware in Mexico:
Classified documents and internal memos in a new report from digital activists in Mexico make clear the Mexican Army systematically deployed Pegasus spyware against local journalists and activists. R3D, a Mexican digital rights group, and University of Toronto’s Citizen Lab, also discovered the existence of a formerly unknown military intelligence unit whose sole purpose appears to be secret surveillance and deployment of spyware.