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    AT it again.....

    FBI searches pro-Israel group's office

    Possible espionage probed; employees subpoenaed



    WASHINGTON (CNN) -- FBI agents searched the offices of a pro-Israel lobbying group Wednesday as part of an espionage probe, two government sources told CNN.

    The American Israel Public Affairs Committee, or AIPAC, said the government also subpoenaed four senior staff members to appear before a federal grand jury.

    The probe involves allegations that a Pentagon analyst passed classified information to Israel through two employees of the organization, the sources said.

    Government officials previously told CNN the information that allegedly was passed included a draft presidential directive on U.S. policy toward Iran.

    Government sources refused to give a reason for Wednesday's search -- the second of the AIPAC offices -- because the search warrant is under seal.

    "It's just a normal investigative procedure," one official said.

    The investigation of AIPAC, which became public in late August, has been going on for many months.

    An FBI spokeswoman refused to comment on the search.

    In a statement released late Wednesday afternoon, AIPAC said it "learned in August that the FBI was investigating two AIPAC employees when the authorities visited the AIPAC offices and requested and obtained computer files related to these two employees.

    "Today, the FBI returned and requested and obtained additional files relating to the same two AIPAC staff members and delivered subpoenas requiring the appearance of four senior AIPAC staff before a grand jury."

    The group said it has done nothing wrong.

    "Neither AIPAC nor any member of our staff has broken any law," it said in the statement posted on its Web site. "We are fully cooperating with the governmental authorities. We believe any court of law or grand jury will conclude that AIPAC employees have always acted legally, properly and appropriately.

    "Despite the false and baseless allegations that have been reported, AIPAC will not be distracted from our central mission of supporting America's interests in the Middle East and advocating for a strong relationship with Israel."

    In August, AIPAC said it was assisting the government's investigation, including providing documents and information and making staff members available for interviews.

    Sources have told CNN that two AIPAC employees were previously interviewed by the FBI.

    The Pentagon analyst's lawyer told The Los Angeles Times his client did not engage in any espionage activities.

    CBS News, which first reported the story in August, said the FBI had developed evidence that included photographs and conversations recorded through wiretaps. (Full story)

    The network said the Pentagon analyst has ties to two senior Pentagon officials: Deputy Defense Secretary Paul Wolfowitz and Undersecretary of Defense Douglas Feith.

    A spokesman at the Israeli embassy in Washington denied in August that the country had spied on the United States.

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    Who's at what again?.

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    More Israeli spying........seems the conspiracy theorists might have something.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Badgerman
    More Israeli spying........seems the conspiracy theorists might have something.

    'More Israeli spying??.. To qoute from the articule..


    Quote Originally Posted by Badgerman
    Possible espionage probed; employees subpoenaed.
    'Possible' being the operative word!.


    Quote Originally Posted by Badgerman
    The probe involves allegations that a Pentagon analyst passed classified information to Israel through two employees of the organization, the sources said..
    ''Allegations'' being the operative word here. CYCLEON alleges YOUR an American traitor, does that mean he's case is proven?.


    Quote Originally Posted by Badgerman
    Despite the false and baseless allegations that have been reported, AIPAC will not be distracted from our central mission of supporting America's interests in the Middle East and advocating for a strong relationship with Israel."

    In August, AIPAC said it was assisting the government's investigation, including providing documents and information and making staff members available for interviews...
    .... yea, obviously a bunch of American traitors. But hey, I guess a dog smells his own farts first!..

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    Quote Originally Posted by BOUNCER
    But hey, I guess a dog smells his own farts first!..
    Amen!

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    Bouncer.......don't think there could possibly be any Israeli spies working in the US???........there must be enough evidence to warrant a big investigation......
    what's the problem dude??? ......does this scare you or something??
    It just fits with some of the other things that have happened.......you're just bent because it bursts your bubble a bit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Badgerman
    Bouncer.......don't think there could possibly be any Israeli spies working in the US???........there must be enough evidence to warrant a big investigation......
    what's the problem dude??? ......does this scare you or something??
    It just fits with some of the other things that have happened.......you're just bent because it bursts your bubble a bit.
    You haven't answered my retort?..

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    aaah badgerman its good to see u back..

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    Quote Originally Posted by BOUNCER
    You haven't answered my retort?..
    What.......that you smell your own farts???.......I have no problem with that......whatever turns your crank

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    Quote Originally Posted by Badgerman
    FBI searches pro-Israel group's office

    Possible espionage probed; employees subpoenaed



    WASHINGTON (CNN) -- FBI agents searched the offices of a pro-Israel lobbying group Wednesday as part of an espionage probe, two government sources told CNN.

    The American Israel Public Affairs Committee, or AIPAC, said the government also subpoenaed four senior staff members to appear before a federal grand jury.

    The probe involves allegations that a Pentagon analyst passed classified information to Israel through two employees of the organization, the sources said.

    Government officials previously told CNN the information that allegedly was passed included a draft presidential directive on U.S. policy toward Iran.

    Government sources refused to give a reason for Wednesday's search -- the second of the AIPAC offices -- because the search warrant is under seal.

    "It's just a normal investigative procedure," one official said.

    The investigation of AIPAC, which became public in late August, has been going on for many months.

    An FBI spokeswoman refused to comment on the search.

    In a statement released late Wednesday afternoon, AIPAC said it "learned in August that the FBI was investigating two AIPAC employees when the authorities visited the AIPAC offices and requested and obtained computer files related to these two employees.

    "Today, the FBI returned and requested and obtained additional files relating to the same two AIPAC staff members and delivered subpoenas requiring the appearance of four senior AIPAC staff before a grand jury."

    The group said it has done nothing wrong.

    "Neither AIPAC nor any member of our staff has broken any law," it said in the statement posted on its Web site. "We are fully cooperating with the governmental authorities. We believe any court of law or grand jury will conclude that AIPAC employees have always acted legally, properly and appropriately.

    "Despite the false and baseless allegations that have been reported, AIPAC will not be distracted from our central mission of supporting America's interests in the Middle East and advocating for a strong relationship with Israel."

    In August, AIPAC said it was assisting the government's investigation, including providing documents and information and making staff members available for interviews.

    Sources have told CNN that two AIPAC employees were previously interviewed by the FBI.

    The Pentagon analyst's lawyer told The Los Angeles Times his client did not engage in any espionage activities.

    CBS News, which first reported the story in August, said the FBI had developed evidence that included photographs and conversations recorded through wiretaps. (Full story)

    The network said the Pentagon analyst has ties to two senior Pentagon officials: Deputy Defense Secretary Paul Wolfowitz and Undersecretary of Defense Douglas Feith.

    A spokesman at the Israeli embassy in Washington denied in August that the country had spied on the United States.

    Everybody spies on everybody. In Israel's case the things that interest her are issues that deal with Arab and Muslim countries. So? Americans do exactly the same. Have you ever seen the American embassy in Tel Aviv? It's like a small pentagon. Plus everyone in the IDF knows that the top secret phones are safe because no one but the American tap them.
    Are you that naive to believe that there is someone in this world who doesn't spy?

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    that is not the problem the spying, the problem with this situation is, it is AMERICANS (zionists) that are SPYING on AMERICA. It isnt foriegn sources spying on America, its Americans spying on America, and having enough access to enter and get these files in question.

    that is traitor behavior.

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