CIA Agent Ayatollah Mike’s Face Revealed: Iran’s View

Michael D’Andrea also known as the Dark Prince, Ayatollah Mike born to a North Virginia family whose links to the CIA stretch back two decades recently appointed to the head of CIA’s Iran Covert Operations. He was a major figure in the search for Osama bin Laden, as well as the American drone strike targeted killing campaign.

Michael D’Andrea also known as the Dark Prince, Ayatollah Mike

Michael D’Andrea also known as the Dark Prince, Ayatollah Mike

According to a 2012 Washington Post article, D’Andrea’s colleagues described him as a collection of contradictions. A chain-smoker who spends countless hours on a treadmill. Notoriously surly yet able to win over enough support from subordinates and bosses to hold on to his job. He presides over a campaign that has killed thousands of Islamist militants and angered millions of Muslims, but he is himself a convert to Islam.
Although US government and media has not released any official photo or biography of Ayatollah Mike who is in his early 60s, Iran’s View could gather some interesting information about him and his family.

Faridah Currimjee D'Andrea, almost 10 years older than her husband and her family business can provide cover for CIA operations.

Faridah Currimjee D’Andrea, almost 10 years older than her husband and her family business can provide cover for CIA operations.

His first overseas assignments were in east Africa, where he met his wife and converted to Islam in order to marry her. Faridah Currimjee D’Andrea, almost 10 years older than her husband is daughter of a wealthy family from the Mauritius with Gujarati origins.
Currimjees own a family business and are operating in different business sectors such as Telecoms, Media, Real Estate, Tourism, Financial Services and Energy. Faridah is one of the senior directors of Currimjee group and her family firms can be used as CIA covers.
D’Andrea has not an easy job in his new post. The U.S. has no embassy in Iran to provide diplomatic cover for CIA, and Iran’s intelligence services have more than three decades of experience in countering American espionage attempts.

 

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