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Suspected Israeli spies deported, PM confirms
The two cars in convoy then left the prison at speed.
There was no sign of the men at Auckland International Airport today. But at about 7am lawyer Nigel Faigan, who had represented Cara in court, arrived with a man who had attended court hearings.
Mr Faigan would not comment on Mr Cara's departure.
A police officer at the airport told the Herald that from his list of people being deported, there was no indication that the men were supposed to be leaving today.
The official date for the pair's release was Friday.
Prime Minister Helen Clark has said there was no doubt they were and that Israel knows how New Zealand knows.
Zev Barkan the suspected Israeli Mossad agent on the run from New Zealand Police has been sighted in North Korea, according to an Asian-based NGO closely linked to New Zealand intelligence networks.