What is Project Azorian? It was a CIA codename for one of its most ambitious plan to recover a sunken Soviet submarine from the floor of the Pacific Ocean. A recently released CIA document, an article (Project Azorian: The Story of the Hughes Glomar Explorer) published in the fall 1985 edition of the agency’s in-house journal Studies in Intelligence, details the events from conception and planning to the retrieval of the submarine in August 1974.

The declassified document, in possession with Canary Trap, does not include all the information on the project as some of it is still considered highly sensitive.

David Headley’s case is frighteningly similar to another US informant, which the US would never want to forget. Ali Mohamed — former Egyptian army officer turned CIA operative, Special Forces advisor, and an FBI informant — is one of the most dangerous intelligence operator who compromised the US intelligence community before the fateful September 11, 2001 attacks.

He trained the terrorist cell that attacked the World Trade Center in 1993. Mohamed also played a key role in the US embassy bombings in Kenya and Tanzania in 1998. There is information that he even trained Osama bin Laden’s personal bodyguards.