NOIR: A White Paper - Proposing a New Policy for Improving National Security by Fixing the Problem of Insider Spies by David L. Charney, MD.
Dr. Charney’s White Paper now combines Part One, “True Psychology of the Insider Spy” with Part Two, his innovative proposals for fixing the problem of insider spies. . . Read White Paper
NOIR for USA is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization whose mission is to educate and promote to the US Intelligence Community, policymakers and the public the NOIR concepts and ideas which are intended to improve our national security by fixing the problem of insider spies in an innovative … Read More
- The Causal Nexus of Insider Espionage, Part I
- Quis Custodiet Ipsos Custodes? – Who will Guard the Guards?
- The Ideological Spy: Ana Montes and the Havana Starbucks
- Fox News “The Foxhole” interview with David Charney
- Seeking A Way Out: The Jeffery Delisle Case, Part III
- Dr. Charney interviewed about NOIR in Psychology Today
- “They Had a Photo of My Children”: The Jeffery Delisle Case, Part II
- A Psychological Perfect Storm: The Jeffery Delisle Case, Part I
Psychology, NOIR and Spies
What it’s REALLY like to be a spy
Learn about the ten life stages the insider spy goes through and the real truth about spying--it's not a glamorous lifestyle. Once a person starts, the initial euphoria wears off quickly and they find themselves trapped with an exhausting 'second' job where any minute they may get caught. The … Read More
"I am utterly amazed to find this espionage related website that accurately describes the true experiences of the spy. Reading the stages actually made me tremble as I recalled my own entry into the world of espionage and the inevitable consequences."
--Jens Karney (aka Jeffrey M. Carney) former US Air Force Intelligence Specialist and spy for the GDR's Ministry of State Security (MfS)
"I've read through Dr. Charney's work with great interest. As a veteran of the intelligence community I've long felt our response to insider spying has been misguided and ineffective as a result. I think Dr. Charney's approach is almost certain to better contain the damage insiders can do and I urge those with an interest in the intelligence area to give it serious examination."