Wednesday, May 25, 2005

Raimondo: Much More to Come

Justin Raimondo is convinced that there is much more to come in the AIPAC spy scandal. I am a little skeptical, but if true the FBI is doing a great job of hiding it cards until the time comes to play them.

He extracts this information from an artcile in the NY Sun:

According to a report by Eli Lake, while AIPAC is still paying the legal fees of Rosen and Weissman, they fired them on the advice of AIPAC's legal counsel, Nathan Lewin, when he discovered what the FBI had on their two erstwhile employees:

"The charges against Messrs. Rosen and Weissman, which have yet to be made publicly, were so secret that Mr. Lewin needed security clearance just to hear them."

That doesn't sound as if Rosen and Weissman were merely trying to sound the alarm that Israeli lives were in imminent danger. Apparently Paul McNulty of the Eastern district of Virginia and his fellow prosecutors do indeed have more evidence in this case than the sharing of a few policy papers and the passing on of a few tidbits of lifesaving intelligence to the Israelis. The crime of the AIPAC spies involves stealing secrets so highly classified that to even describe what they did involves a major breach of our national security. What more do we need to know?

We can only watch and wait.



Anonymous Anonymous said...

Justin Raimondo, please.

5/25/2005 07:46:00 AM  
Blogger truthseeker said...

Treason at a high level: Pentagon Zionists, AIPAC and Israel

5/25/2005 08:11:00 AM  
Blogger truthseeker said...

Anonymous said...
Justin Raimondo, please.

5/25/2005 07:46:14 AM

Justin Raimondo has done an excellent job in exposing the Zionist (JINSA/CSP/PNAC) Israel firsters who took us to war in Iraq for their beloved Israel. The following is another example of his fine work:

Israel is the Problem

5/25/2005 08:15:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I agree entirely with your high estimation of Justin Raimondo. Perhaps my "Justin Raimondo, please" gave the wrong impression. It was meant to point out that his name is Justin and not Jason as in the original blog. My apologies, I ought to have written "JUSTIN Raimondo, please."

5/25/2005 08:48:00 AM  
Blogger Brian said...


I corrected Jason to Justin.

BTW, I too thought you were just saying "Justin Raimondo, Puh-lease!"

I never would have figured out the point of your post without the additional clarification.

5/25/2005 09:09:00 AM  
Blogger truthseeker said...

Check out the following online discussion with the reporter (Paul Kenyon) who was on 'Frontline World' on PBS last night about Iran's nuclear program (Richard Perle was mentioned as the JINSA/PNAC operative that he is as Bamford's 'A Pretext for War' book was mentioned as well for Perle's 'A Clean Break'/war for Israel agenda:

Online Discussion about Frontline/World's broadcast about Iranian nuclear facilites

5/25/2005 10:13:00 AM  
Anonymous r said...

Now that the Justin-Jason thing is settled...this is a good time to remind everyone that it isn't just the Raimondo's that have pointed out the Israeli danger...

General Zinni, Gen Clarke,retiring Senator Fritz Hollingsworth, Byrd and other notables in positions to know have also spoken out about Israel's unholy influence. This is way beyond just being a "fringe" thing now. And as Brian/Gorilla posted not too long ago we even have southern repubs like Walter Jones waving copies of PNAC and asking questions.

5/25/2005 03:14:00 PM  
Blogger truthseeker said...

Bush Acted Illegally in Push for Iraq War

Two Senior Officials to be Indicted by US Justice Department

Neocon Coalition for Democracy in Iran (for Israel, of course!)

5/30/2005 05:03:00 PM  

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