jeudi 30 juillet 2009

La persécution des espions de l'AIPAC relèverait de l'antisémitisme

Pro-Israel lobby probe linked to anti-Semitism

AIPAC Spy Case Convict Alleges U.S. Anti-Semitism

'Anti-Semitism was behind our case' Former AIPAC defendant, FBI informant Larry Franklin: These guys believe there's a Jewish cabal.

Defense analyst in AIPAC spy case was FBI 'double agent' His plan was to use [Steven] Rosen and [Keith] Weissman to relay his concerns to the National Security Council (NSC) staff. Instead, the AIPAC officials, without telling Franklin, took his information, some of which was classified, to Mr. Gilon at the Israeli Embassy and to a Washington Post reporter.


Steve Rosen Accuses AIPAC of Espionage Steven J. Rosen’s defamation lawsuit against the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) is now entering a critical phase. A series of cross-filings stakes out the critical court terrain. Rosen intends to show that obtaining and leveraging classified U.S. government information in the service of Israel is common practice at AIPAC. He claims it was unfair for AIPAC to fire and malign him in the press after he was indicted on espionage charges in 2005. AIPAC’s defense team is committed to getting the case thrown out on technicalities before it goes to trial early next year.

A judge is allowing Steve Rosen's defamation lawsuit against AIPAC to go ahead



Rosen et Weissman libres!

Une démocrate juive aurait collaboré avec des espions du Mossad

Flashback: le jugement imminent des espions de l'AIPAC soulève l'inquiétude

Declassified FBI File Alleges an Israeli Intelligence Agent Worked at AIPAC