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Everyone has to feel enormous regret for the advantage that was taken of so many young women," Wexner told analysts at an investor update meeting this week. "That's just unexplainable, abhorrent behavior, and clearly is something we all would condemn."
At some point in your life we are all betrayed by friends," Wexner continued, adding that "people have secret lives" and hide them so well they can have relationships without revealing their "peculiar" behavior. "Being taken advantage of by someone who was so sick, so cunning, so deprived is something that I'm embarrassed that I was even close to."
The U.S. government concluded within the past two years that Israel was most likely behind the placement of cellphone surveillance devices that were found near the White House and other sensitive locations around Washington, according to three former senior U.S. officials with knowledge of the matter.
The miniature surveillance devices, colloquially known as “StingRays,” mimic regular cell towers to fool cellphones into giving them their locations and identity information. Formally called international mobile subscriber identity-catchers or IMSI-catchers, they also can capture the contents of calls and data use.
An Israeli Embassy spokesperson, Elad Strohmayer, denied that Israel placed the devices and said: “These allegations are absolute nonsense. Israel doesn’t conduct espionage operations in the United States, period.”
As for Israel’s recent surveillance of the White House, one of the former senior U.S. intelligence officials acknowledged it raised security concerns but joked, “On the other hand, guess what we do in Tel Aviv?"
originally posted by: cherokeetroy
a reply to: imthegoat
I found this article about Wasserman's ties to Bill Clinton (and children)
Bill Clinton and Casey Wasserman Reveal Secrets of Their Friendship, Philanthropic Bond
Clinton, 66, enjoys a particularly close partnership with Casey Wasserman, chairman and CEO of the L.A.-based Wasserman Media Group, one of the largest sports agencies in the world. Wasserman, who calls Clinton a philanthropic "mentor," has joined him in efforts to combat the nation's childhood obesity epidemic. Recently, both men talked with THR about their commitment to that issue and others.
Do you think he's related to Debbie Wasserman Shultz? I bet he is