Israeli Ex-minister, Once Jailed for Smuggling Ecstasy, Gets 11 Years in Prison for Spying for Iran

Gonen Segev, who was caught trying to smuggle ecstasy into Israel in 2004, found guilty of aggravated espionage. Shin Bet: He gave Iran state information from his stint in cabinet

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Gonen Segev, a former cabinet minister, doctor and farmer, was sentenced on Wednesday to 11 years in prison for aggravated espionage on behalf of Iran. Segev has already served three years of a five-year...