UCE

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UCEUnsolicited Commercial E-Mail
UCEUbiquitous Computing in Education
UCEUniversities of Cooperative Education
UCEUndercover Employee (US FBI)
UCEUniversidad Central del Este (Dominican Republic)
UCEUniversity of Central England (Birmingham, UK)
UCEUnitarian Church of Evanston (Evanston, IL)
UCEUniversity Continuing Education (various schools)
UCEUnit Construction Engine (Royal Enfield Motorcycles)
UCEUniversity College of Engineering (Burla, Orissa, India)
UCEUpdate Connection Enterprise (software)
UCEUnité de Contrôle Electronique (automotive specifications)
UCEUniversité Coopérative Européenne (French: European University Cooperative; France)
UCEUniversal Computing Environment
UCEUniversity Consortium on the Environment
UCEUniversal Chastity Education (Pueblo, CO)
UCEUnforeseen Circumstances Excepted (shipping)
UCEUsage-Centered Engineering
UCEUnique Client Experience
UCEUganda Certificate of Education Exam
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According to the criminal complaint, "the defendants had been in communication with an FBI undercover employee whom they believed was a supporter of (IS) ideology," where the communications revealed their "desire to travel overseas in order to fight on behalf of (IS) or to conduct an attack within the United States if they were unable to travel.
James even appeared as an undercover employee named 'Ron' in a viral promotional video for the company.
Last month, the undercover employee asked Hester to obtain 9-volt batteries, duct tape, copper wire and roofing nails, in the hopes of using the materials to create a bomb.
zealous devotion to Osama Bin Laden and Al Qaeda." (275) As a result, an FBI undercover employee communicated with Smadi.
Nozette, a PhD in planetary sciences, was contacted by an FBI undercover employee last month posing as a Mossad officer and invited for lunch at a hotel in Washington DC to part with details about sensitive US satellite data for a sum.
"Nozette met with the UCE (undercover employee) that day and discussed his = willingness to work for Israeli intelligence," informing the agent that "he= had, in the past, held top security clearances and had access to US satell= ite information." The scientist offered to "answer questions about this inf= ormation in exchange for money."
In early September, Nozette received a phone call from a person "purporting to be an Israeli intelligence officer, but who was in fact an undercover employee of the FBI," it said.
Libby himself may have committed a crime (outing a CIA undercover employee) in order to mislead journalists and the American people about the administration's motives for war in Iraq.
The investigation was conducted by a California geriatrician working with an undercover employee from the GAO.
He said the authorization was needed because "there is a significant risk that another individual will be led into a professional or confidential relationship with the undercover employee .
"Loewen told the undercover employee he was waiting for what he called 'the green light' from Allah to carry out a violent attack on a civilian target.
He allegedly had come to the agency's attention because the jihadist sentiment he displayed among an online group of extremists supposedly "stood out." (227) As a result, an FBI undercover employee communicated with Smadi.