All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘spies’

Former Sub Sailor Sentenced For Espionage

Former Navy sailor Robert Patrick Hoffmann II was sentenced this week to 30 years in prison. Hoffmann, 40, was convicted last fall of attempted espionage. According to the U.S. Department of Justice, Hoffmann had attempted to pass on top secret information to agents he believed to be working for Russia. In fact, those agents were part of an FBI investigation …

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Iranian Spy Case: Israel Shows Off Captured Spy

Reuters reported yesterday that Israeli courts heard the case of an Iranian spy on Monday, which some analysts are suggesting represents an effort by Israel to discredit new relations between Iran and the United States. The spy has been identified as Ali Mansouri, and he was arrested by Shin Bet security officials on September 11 under suspicion of spying for …

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Iran Hangs Spies Accused Of Providing Information To CIA, Israel

Iran is a dangerous place for anyone who might even be remotely in contact with foreign countries. That danger was clearly demonstrated over the weekend. The AP reports Mohammad Heidari and Kourosh Ahmadi were hung over the weekend after being convicted of spying for foreign countries. Heidari was accused of spying for Israel, whereas Ahmadi was accused of spying for …

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Didn’t Get That Job You Wanted? Facebook May Be To Blame

I think we can all agree that Facebook is huge. It boasts millions of users all over the world, it’s a multi-billion dollar company, it has infiltrated other sites that people use daily (if you’ve ever logged in to Pinterest with your FB account, you’ll know what I mean), and it’s free and relatively easy to use…which may be one …

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FBI White Report Claims That Spies Have Infiltrated American Universities

A report was made by the FBI’s Counterintelligence Strategic Partnership Unit to “provide awareness to administrators, senior researchers, export control offices, and technology transfer offices at higher education institutions about how foreign intelligence services and non-state actors use US colleges and universities to further their intelligence and operational needs.” They have decided to make the report open to the general …

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