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    • Colin Wright
    • 20.10.09 | 03:38 (IST)

    'The FBI agent who contacted Nozette pretended to be an Israeli officer due to early information indicating Nozette was interested in selling secrets to Israel. ' 'Early information...' I'll grant it's almost pure speculation, but this suggests Nozette made overtures to the Israelis. Two possibilities then come to mind. Either (a), the Israelis, trying to regain America's trust, told the FBI about Nozette's overture, or (b) the FBI noticed Nozette's overture independently. It'd be comic if Israel discovered the FBI had an agent inside their American intelligence network and got upset. 'You can't spy on us spying on you!'

    from the article: U.S. arrests ex-NASA scientist over bid to spy for Israel
    First published 23:21 19.10.09 | Last updated 14:23 20.10.09
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