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August 08, 2006


Hey PS, the link to the DEA report is dead. IS there any way to relink it to the report? Thanks.

Why is there no talk PS about the recent Israeli devolpments? First we got Kobi Alexander and his splitting town with 60 million, not to mention the capture of the Israeli spy on that Navy ship last week. The media of course is silent. But I thought Shank would be all over this. Coming show?

It would be a great help if you would pass articles to me via email or this blog when you find them. I am only one man with limited resources.

If you have an article link please pass it on and I will do my best to post it and discuss it on air.


Jewish-American in the US Navy caught spying for Israel

*** Another American Jew in the US military, this time a sailor on a nuclear submarine, has been caught spying for Mossad, the powerful "intelligence" arm of the Israeli regime, feared throughout the world. Mossad is deeply involved in international crime and terrorism networks, and has clandestine cells in many countries, with agents inside criminal gangs and even prisons around the world. ***

Report: US sailor spied for Israel

A US Navy sailor, Ariel J. Weinmann, is suspected of spying for Israel and has been held in prison for four months, according to an article published Monday in the Saudi daily Al-Watan. It reported that Weinmann is being held at a military base in Virginia on suspicion of espionage and desertion.

According to the navy, Weinmann was apprehended on March 26 "after it was learned that he had been listed as a deserter by his command." Though initial information released by the navy makes no mention of it, Al-Watan reported that he was returning from an undisclosed "foreign country." American sources close to the Defense Department told Al-Watan that Israel was the country in question.

"The US Navy concluded Article 32 proceedings [a pretrial investigation] in the case of Fire Control Technician Third Class Ariel J. Weinmann on July 26, 2006," Ted Brown, a media relations officer at the US Fleet Forces Command, told The Jerusalem Post on Tuesday. The US Fleet Forces Command is the "convening authority of the case... and will make the decision with respect to what charges, if any, will be referred to a general court-martial."

The veracity of Al-Watan's claim that Weinmann is suspected of spying for Israel remains in question, and military and Pentagon spokesmen are remaining tightlipped. A public affairs officer at the Office of Naval Intelligence told the Post that he was unaware of the allegations against Weinmann.

Al-Watan speculated that if Weinmann spied on behalf of the Mossad, it would be the biggest espionage case since Jonathan Pollard's arrest. Pollard, who worked as a civilian intelligence analyst for the US Navy, was caught in 1985 and convicted of spying for Israel. He is currently serving a life sentence in the US.

According to the navy, "Weinmann was assigned to the USS Albuquerque (SSN 706) and had deserted on or about July 3, 2005." The Albuquerque is a Los Angeles-class attack submarine.

Though the navy's initial press release contained no reference to Israel, Brown stated that more detailed information about the case would be released shortly.


Jerusalem Post, "Report: US sailor spied for Israel", 9 August 2006.

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