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FBI Suspects Israel Has Spy in Pentagon -- CBS News

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The FBI believes there is an Israeli spy at the very highest level of the Pentagon, CBS News reported on Friday. The Israeli embassy immediately denied the report.

The network said federal agents believed the spy may have been in a position to influence Bush administration policy on Iran and Iraq.


http://www.reuters.com/newsArticle.jhtml?type=topNews&storyID=6093000

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Re: FBI Suspects Israel Has Spy in Pentagon -- CBS News

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Hmmmm...perhaps the FBI should put a mole in the CIA or cultivate a closer relationship to learn something about the spy business.

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What did Rather say?

In reply to: FBI Suspects Israel Has Spy in Pentagon -- CBS News

When Dan Rather said that in this case it wasn't an enemy who was the spy. Isn't that a bit of an oxymoron??? Don't we look at the word spy as a negative and secretative way of extracting vital information to use for ones gain. What does he mean and how can he know that
"they are not the enemy"? Strange... How reassuring is a statement like this? I think the President would have taken the same position in these conflicts independently if this is true or not. The fact remains that we should take a serious look at the current administration perhaps there are more wolfs in sheeps clothing. Is this yet another ploy to take the attention off what we really have been asking ourselves about this war?

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