Black Cube, a Late Mossad Chief, and a Rogue Op Against a Top Romanian Official

Black Cube’s CEO, investigated for spying on Romanian state prosecutor, told police that Meir Dagan suggested they'll work ‘as an arm of’ Romania's Intelligence. Dagan is no longer around to give his version

Gur Megiddo
Gur Megiddo
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In April 2016, two employees of Israeli private intelligence firm Black Cube were arrested at a Bucharest hotel – later to be sentenced to  probation and be allowed to leave Romania.

The company’s CEO testified that a former Mossad chief, Meir Dagan, suggested that Black Cube work “as an arm of” the Romanian Intelligence Service. This testimony is included in the transcript of a police interrogation obtained by Haaretz.