Wednesday, December 31, 2008

US man, Ben-Ami Kadish pleads guilty to acting as agent for Israel's MOSSAD....

Ben-Ami Kadish pleads guilty to acting as agent for Israel's MOSSAD.

NEW YORK/DC/LA/Herzliah/Langley (CIA2/MOSSAD Turf) -
An 85-year-old former U.S. Army employee pleaded guilty on
Tuesday to acting as an unregistered agent of Israel and
admitted he gave classified documents to the Jewish state
in the 1980s.

Court documents show the defendant, Ben-Ami Kadish,
reported to the same handler as Jonathan Pollard, an
American who spied for Israel in the 1980s and triggered
a scandal that rocked U.S.-Israeli relations.

Kadish's plea indicates the Israeli spy network that
obtained U.S. nuclear secrets through Pollard spread
further than previously acknowledged.

It comes as the Bush administration considers a new
request by Pollard for a commutation of his life

Prosecutors say Ben-Ami Kadish provided classified
documents, including some relating to U.S. missile
defense systems, to an Israeli agent, Yosef Yagur,
who photographed the documents at Kadish's residence.

Yagur was one of Pollard's handlers, according to
court documents.

From 1980 to 1985, Yagur asked Kadish to obtain
classified documents, which Kadish retrieved from the
U.S. Army's Picatinny Arsenal in Dover, New
Jersey, according to Kadish's sworn statement.

Pollard, a former U.S. Navy intelligence analyst,
is serving life in prison term after pleading guilty
to spying for Israel in 1986. His case has led
Jews in the United States and Israel to plea for
clemency and a new request by Pollard is under
Bush administration review.

Israel gave Pollard citizenship in 1996 and
acknowledged he was one of its spies in 1998.

Though the United States and Israel are close allies,
the Pollard case revealed how the thirst for
intelligence trumped that friendship.

Kadish, a Connecticut-born U.S. citizen, faces a
maximum of five years in prison at his February 13
sentencing in federal court in Manhattan but it is
possible he will not serve any time.

Sentencing guidelines call for a maximum of six
months and prosecutors said they would not oppose
a sentence without jail time, according to his plea

He had been free on bail since shortly after his
arrest in April on four counts of conspiracy and
espionage as a result of an investigation that
began in 2005.

The Israeli embassy had no immediate comment.

Kadish used his security clearance to borrow 50
to 100 classified documents from the arsenal's
library, including some "concerning nuclear weaponry"
and others relating to a modified version of an
F-15 fighter jet that the United States had sold
to Saudi Arabia, the complaint said.

A third pertained to the U.S. Patriot missile air
defense system.

Israeli Telecommunications Companies...It's Time to Seize Their Property
Tuesday, June 10, 2008
As conservative blogger Glenn Greenwald at Salon continues to nip at the heels of American Telecommunication Companies and their involvement in spying on Americans, all continue to ignore Mossad’s Israeli telecommunication companies and their assistance in monitoring the hijackers that would eventually attack us on 9/11. It is likely that misuse of these companies continues to this day. Isn’t it time for America to seize the property of these publicly held companies under The Patriot Act?

Lets Put The Patriot Act To Work

Liberal blogs have been whimpering a lot lately about our law breaking telecommunication companies involved in NSA spying. Should we give these companies immunity for their past, present or future criminal actions? Why should we hold our domestic companies to any higher standard than the foreign telecommunication companies that were spying on us before the NSA and continue to do so now? In fact being the patriot that I am, I would prefer that American companies spy on us.

There is overwhelming evidence that Israel in the year before the 9/11 attacks had knowledge of the whereabouts of the 19 Hijackers. Every move of the terrorists was followed by Mossad. There is also ample evidence that Israeli telecommunications companies assisted Mossad in locating and monitoring the Hijackers. We know these companies had the ability to eavesdrop on telephone conversations. This is why three of the Israeli spies were perched in Liberty Park waiting for the fireworks to begin across the river on the morning of 9/11. The video tapes that the spies took of themselves posing in front of the burning towers are now classified by our Government, even though we were told the spies were not involved in the attacks.

Were the spies assisting the Hijackers? It doesn't matter. We know that they had knowledge of the attacks and didn't tell us. This makes the Mossad agents terrorists just like the Hijackers. This makes Israel a participant in the terrorist attacks. Its time to put the Patriot act to good use. Section 981(a)(1)(G) of the act authorizes forfeiture of all assets of anyone engaged in terrorism, any property affording any person a "source of influence" over a terrorist organization, and any property derived from or used to commit a terrorist act.

Whether property is connected to terrorism or not, once the Government establishes that a person is engaged in terrorism against the United States, its citizens, or their property, the Government can seize and mandate forfeiture of all assets, foreign or domestic, of the terrorist entity.

Amdocs and Comverse Infosys are Israeli telecommunication companies and are instruments of Mossad. They are publicly held companies with checkered pasts. They were complicit in the 9/11 attacks on the United States. Their property must be seized. Together their property is worth several billion dollars.

I don't care if our telecommunications companies were involved in criminal acts after the 9/11 attacks. The fish rots at the head. Lets get the rotten fish. We know that someone within the Bush administration, perhaps the President himself called off the investigation of the Mossad spies and therefore obstructed justice. This investigation must be completed. Anyone responsible for obstructing justice must be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law. Especially the President of the United States.