The Second, Unknown, Sexpionage Agent in Israeli Nuke Spy's Entrapment

The Mossad's 'Cindy' is famous for helping abduct Mordechai Vanunu in 1986. But she wasn't the only honey trap

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One of the most famous details of the capture of the leaker of Israel’s nuclear secrets in 1986, Mordechai Vanunu, is the contribution by “Cindy,” a Mossad officer originally from the United States who enticed Vanunu to leave London and fly with her to Rome. Cindy wasn’t the only honey trap during the hunt for the fired nuclear technician, sources familiar with the Vanunu case have told Haaretz.

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