Orange County Register
“We went to Hollywood. We were intrigued by their ability to build deceptions and illusions,” former CIA chief of disguise Jonna Mendez told the Comic-Con audience. “For God and country, they gave us some lessons.”
Mendez belonged to an office at the agency that was the equivalent of the Q Branch in the James Bond novels that created surveillance bugs, phony documents and camera pens. Mendez is the wife of former CIA officer Tony Mendez, the subject of the 2012 film “Argo.”
Here are 6 CIA-tested espionage techniques you can use the next time you need to conduct or escape surveillance — hypothetically speaking, of course.