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Friday, August 27, 2004

FBI Probes Pentagon Spy Case

This is intersting. The Israelis are spying on us. Didn't someone a few years ago get arrested for spying on us for Israel. It is still acrinme to spy on us even if it is for a ally. If this is true they should be thrown in jail fro treason.
(CBS) CBS News has learned that the FBI has a full-fledged espionage investigation under way and is about to -- in FBI terminology -- "roll up" someone agents believe has been spying not for an enemy, but for Israel from within the office of the Secretary of Defense at the Pentagon.
Read the rest here. Update from Allah

UPDATE: The Times says the suspect, who hasn't been named, works in Doug Feith's office and isn't the big cheese CBS is cracking him up to be.

In a statement released Friday night, the Pentagon said that the Department of Defense " has been cooperating fully with the Department of Justice on this matter for an extended period of time."

"The investigation involves a single individual at D.O.D. at the desk officer level, who was not in a position to have significant influence over U.S. policy," the statement continued. "Nor could a foreign power be in a position to influence U.S. policy through this individual. To the best of D.O.D.'s knowledge, the investigation does not target any other D.O.D. individuals.''

One United States official said that he did not know why the desk officer would have passed on the information and that he could not assess the potential damage. "He had a certain expertise and had access to things, but he wasn't a policymaker," the official said.

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