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Two hundred tonnes of the radio- active waste was discovered directly beneath the site of the stadium itself.
Originally posted by seabag
reply to post by Signals
And you're not worried in the least if they have to "pull it" again?
You’re assuming that quote is accurate and that “they pulled it” the first time.
You wouldn’t be so skeptical about this guy if you didn’t believe that ONE QUOTE, right?
Originally posted by robhines
Maybe they've decided after looking around that it really isn't worth trying this one, because too much evidence is already gathered.
Originally posted by L00kingGlass
reply to post by VitriolAndAngst
Next terrorist attack with Mossad agents filming it is going to create a time/space warp of over-coincidence.
People will be keeping their eyes open this time.
WASHINGTON -- The CIA station chief opened the locked box containing the sensitive equipment he used from his home in Tel Aviv, Israel, to communicate with CIA headquarters in Virginia, only to find that someone had tampered with it. He sent word to his superiors about the break-in. The incident, described by three former senior U.S. intelligence officials, might have been dismissed as just another cloak-and-dagger incident in the world of international espionage, except that the same thing had happened to the previous station chief in Israel. It was a not-so-subtle reminder that, even in a country friendly to the United States, the CIA was itself being watched. In a separate episode, according to another two former U.S. officials, a CIA officer in Israel came home to find the food in the refrigerator had been rearranged. In all the cases, the U.S. government believes Israel's security services were responsible. Such meddling underscores what is widely known but rarely discussed outside intelligence circles: Despite inarguable ties between the U.S. and its closest ally in the Middle East and despite statements from U.S. politicians trumpeting the friendship, U.S. national security officials consider Israel to be, at times, a frustrating ally and a genuine counterintelligence threat. In addition to what the former U.S. officials described as intrusions in homes in the past decade, Israel has been implicated in U.S. criminal espionage cases and disciplinary proceedings against CIA officers and blamed in the presumed death of an important spy in Syria for the CIA during the administration of President George W. Bush. The CIA considers Israel its No. 1 counterintelligence threat in the agency's Near East Division, the group that oversees spying across the Middle East, according to current and former officials. Read more: www.ottawacitizen.com...edit on 29-7-2012 by L00kingGlass because: (no reason given)edit on 29-7-2012 by L00kingGlass because: (no reason given)