This week we posted an interacting SpyGame for the Intelligence101 Audience based on the Canadian CSIS Intelligence Recruiting Video.
If you haven’t seen the challenge – Click through here before revealing the answers below.
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Question 1: What City was the CSIS recruiting video filmed in?
Answer: Vancouver (sky train reference)
Target is on the ‘expo line’ of the train heading downtown. The stop we hear is china town/ stadium which is on the expo line which is a line that goes to the waterfront station located in downtown Vancouver.
Question 2: Allison receives a message “Heads up. Target approaching…” What is the ETA of the target?
Answer: 2 mins from her position.
Question 3: In the Cafe, what is Allison eating with her coffee? What newspaper do you think she’s reading? (analysis / assessment)
Answer: She is eating a muffin.
Re: Newspaper: She is likely reading either the Vancouver sun which is the main newspaper in Vancouver. Or,
Question 4: The passport of the ‘potential source’ appears to be foreign. What language is it?
Answer: The target’s nationality is American (United States Passport); however, his passport appears to have french writing.
Question 5: When Allison first approaches the potential source, how does she start the conversation?
Answer: Alison makes contact with the target at a bus stop waiting for the number 74 bus. She appears to take out a map (or bus schedule) and starts a conversation by asking the target a routine question about directions.
Bonus Question: Is Allison Married?
Answer: Yes. Alison is wearing a wedding ring in multiple scenes.
How’d you go? 6/6?
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