Israel Thinks Nuke Spy Vanunu Still Has More Secrets to Spill

An Israeli judge recently suggested to defense officials that they meet with Mordechai Vanunu, but the former spy's lawyer is being banned from the meeting, for security reasons. Once again, the High Court is acting as a rubber stamp for the defense establishment

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Attorney Avigdor Feldman constitutes a danger to state security. That is the conclusion that must be drawn from the positions of the director of security of the defense establishment (known by its Hebrew acronym, Malmab) and the Israel Atomic Energy Commission (IAEC) – a position that has recently been ratified by the High Court of Justice. All of these bodies have banned Feldman from being present at an interview representatives of Malmab plan to hold with nuclear whistleblower Mordechai Vanunu.

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