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Originally posted by Stealth Spy
The guy is from Hawii, USA and not India.
confirmed here ...
Noshir S. Gowadia, 61, of Haiku was arrested Wednesday.
Originally posted by Simon666
Originally posted by JIMC5499
Judging from the amount of wing area they are going to have a hell of a time trying to make that thing fly with any kind of meaningful payload. Looks like a concept model to me. We make them of our new machines all of the time. Keeps me employed.
I thought I'd seen that pic before and it's indeed not a bomber or anything with a payload but a proposed high altitude recognaissance plane.
Originally posted by Rasputin13
Strange how you're overlooking all of the lives that were lost because of spies. How many people were executed because they were given up as spies by other spies? How many innocent people were murdered by dictatorships or communist regimes because they were accused of being spies? How many people have died because of disinformation and lies coming from spies? How many people have died because battle plans were given to the enemy, or technological data was passed on and used against us during war? Nothing personal against you, I just think there's a whole other side to this that you're excluding here.
Originally posted by sminkeypinkey
More than a few 'traitors' helped keep the 'temperature' stable and things reasonable during the cold war when it all threatened to get totally out of hand (by letting each side know the true intentions of the other....
......or by ensuring each side did not actually get - or almost as importantly was not perceived to have - a great technological advantage over the other; which would have most likely led to a greater prospect of war).
There's probably one or two 'traitors' you and yours can thank for us all still actually being around these days.
[edit on 28-10-2005 by sminkeypinkey]
Originally posted by ghost
That was the Cold War!
Things weren't blowing up
they weren't keeping a running cound of US casualties on the evening news. We in a Real war, with real people dieing EVERY DAY!
Spying in peacetime is very different then spying during a war!
In war, a spy can be your down fall!