January 17, 2012 in Entertainment (E)
[prMac.com] Denver, Colorado - In events that seem straight out of a James Bond or Bourne Identity film, three Iranian nuclear scientists have met untimely demises at the hands of faceless assassins. A fourth scientist barely escaped a separate attempt on his life, and each attack is linked by an identical MO - a bomb magnetically placed on the target's car.
Who is behind these black ops and what is their ultimate goal? In the wake of such mysterious deaths, a flurry of finger-pointing and threats have been levied across the world. While the US and Israel deny any involvement, Iran's top cleric, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei places the blame squarely on their shoulders.
But if the US and Israel were either individually responsible or partnered in the effort, why would they bother to admit complicity when there's no evidence to implicate either? Is each death an attempt to cripple Iran's nuclear program? Or is something more sinister in motion, such as Iranians killing off their own top scientists before they can defect?
International Crimes Division:
The International Crimes Division is a small intelligence agency that investigates just such events. Renowned for uncovering cases of corruption, hunting down war criminals, and monitoring global corporations, the ICD exists to protect the innocent and uncover the truth at all costs.
Through a revolutionary iPhone application simply titled "The Hero", ICD has tapped into an extensive task force comprised of civilians who are passionate about supporting world security and integrity. Users gain incredible insight into agency activities and can submit intelligence tips, keep an eye on vital global events, and even play central roles in operations. Unceasing surveillance and the bravery of their agents equip the ICD to defuse hostile situations just like the ongoing killings of Iran's scientists.
As far as the nuclear assassinations, most theories in play contradict one another on major points. If Iran truly believed the US and Israel were behind this, why haven't they retaliated in any way or provided their scientists better protection? If previous CIA intelligence reports stated Iran's nuclear program wasn't working towards nuclear weapons, why would they go to such lengths to stall its progress? Nor does any of this address the many independent terrorist groups both within Iran and in opposing countries.
Unfortunately, the usual policies of government taunting and denial remain the status quo. In the meantime, for those wondering how they can contribute their knowledge and skills to the fight against international terror and corruption, the ICD provides just such an opportunity.
* iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad
* Requires iOS 5.0 or later
* 158 MB
Pricing and Availability:
The Hero 1.52 is only $0.99 USD (or equivalent amount in other currencies) and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Entertainment category. For further information on the International Crime Division, its unique app "The Hero", or to schedule an interview, visit them online.
Dream Maker Films, formerly GlobalPort Companies International (GCI), a seller of specialized security products for foreign countries such as South Africa. After returning to the US, GCI looked into film production and changed its name to Dream Maker Films (DMF). DMF started research and development for new entertainment products, such as interactive DVD games, personalized entertainment, children's books, screenplays, and iPhone apps. DMF saw new technology opportunities when mixing motion pictures with mobile apps, and became the parent to its newly formed tapSCREENapps company. Other new projects are on the horizon, including a new breed of mobile robotics which incorporates a new design of artificial intelligence. The goal is for DMF to build the first humanoid robot companion for the home and the first commercial humanoid robot security attendant. Dream Maker Films also has future plans to develop new energy, spacecrafts, and transportation. Copyright (C) 2012 Dream Maker Films. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.