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    George Clooney Spies on Omar al-Bashir

    JUBA, SUDAN - JANUARY 09: American actor George Clooney attends voting ceremonies during the first day of voting for the independence referendum in the southern Sudanese city of Juba January 9, 2011 in Juba, Sudan. South Sudan is participating in an independence referendum following a historic 2005 peace treaty that brought to an end decades of civil war between the Arab north and predominantly Christian and animist south. The south is expected to vote around 99 percent to secede from the north which will also give it a majority of Sudan's oil. The result is expected to split Africa's largest country in two. Over two million people were killed in the north-south civil war which began in the 1950s.  (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

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    Some buy Ferraris, some start spy programs to track the movements of Sudanese war criminals. George Clooney recently divulged to The Guardian that he has been spending paychecks earned from doing Nespresso commercials on maintaining a spy satellite aimed at the border of North and South Sudan "to keep an eye on Omar al-Bashir [the Sudanese dictator charged with war crimes at the Hague]." As the plan according to Clooney goes, “Then he puts out a statement saying that I'm spying on him and how would I like it if a camera was following me everywhere I went and I go ‘well welcome to my life Mr War Criminal’. I want the war criminal to have the same amount of attention that I get. I think that’s fair.” Clooney’s spy program, the Satellite Sentinel Project, tracks Sudan’s army and warns civilians ahead of attacks. 

    Via his own satellite, funded by Nespresso commercials.

    George Clooney and Omar al-Bashir star in the new movie "Satellite."

    Read it at The Huffington Post