Take a greedy scientist, call him in the name of a foreign intelligence agency, and offer him money. He accepts to pass info. That foreign intelligence agency doesn't even know about this scientist, and has nothing to do with him. What does that prove? That the scientist is not a particularly reliable individual. That deserves a headline at Haaretz?
Former ruling party in Yemen says it accepts UN-brokered peace plan (Reuters)
from the article: U.S. arrests ex-NASA scientist over bid to spy for Israel