Tuesday, April 21, 2009

Israelli Spies And The U.S. Congresswomen

Sources: Wiretap Recorded Rep. Harman Promising to Intervene for AIPAC -- CQ Politics

Rep. Jane Harman , the California Democrat with a longtime involvement in intelligence issues, was overheard on an NSA wiretap telling a suspected Israeli agent that she would lobby the Justice Department to reduce espionage-related charges against two officials of the American Israeli Public Affairs Committee, the most powerful pro-Israel organization in Washington.

Harman was recorded saying she would “waddle into” the AIPAC case “if you think it’ll make a difference,” according to two former senior national security officials familiar with the NSA transcript.

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More News On Rep. Harmen's Contacts With Israelli Agents

Harman Vehemently Denies Bribery Allegations Allegdly Caught on NSA Tapes -- FOX News
Rep. Harman's alleged quid-pro-quo with an Israeli spy -- Foreign Policy
Rep. Harman's alleged quid-pro-quo with an Israeli spy -- Foreign Policy Blog
Caught In The AIPAC -- The Atlantic
Who Listened To Harman? NSA Or FBI? -- The Atlantic
Jane Harman 'recorded on wiretap promising to intervene for American-Israeli group' -- The Telegraph
Major Democratic Scandal Breaking -- Auburn Journal
Harman denies allegations, questions wiretap -- The Hill
Jane Harman denies CQ report she was heard on NSA wiretap lobbying for AIPAC officials -- L.A. Times
Harman responds to CQ: Report ‘recycles three year-old discredited reporting.’ -- Think Progress

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