In a shocking decision (not really!! given the very sad FACT that Israel owns America) the AIPAC spies will now be free to continue to spy on America, American interests, continue to buy and blackmail members of Congress, the Senate and the White House. Yes, you heard it here, and how nice that they go free at the same time the big "lovefest" is taking place at the annual AIPAC spy, I mean AIPAC policy conference. Seriously, America wake up here, stop being a doormat for Israel. Let's see now, so far since the holocaust in Gaza, the Jewish lobby has succeeded in having removed countless university professors who dare to break from the Israeli issued propaganda, the Jewish lobby has taught your President a lesson, meaning Obama now understands that it's NOT actually the President who gets to pick his people, it's AIPAC and Israel who make those selections (Charles Freeman redux) and then there's the little Jane Harman/AIPAC/Pelosi thingie (which no doubt Israel has made clear that the US will NOT investigate Harman) And finally, the last lesson, Israel can spy on you whenever it wants, and never have to worry about being charged. They have free rein in America until the American people rise up against those they elect and tell them to start representing AMERICA and NOT Israel.
A US court has formally dropped espionage charges against two pro-Israeli lobbyists amid a scandal that had threatened to expose the extent of Israeli grip on US politics.Want more convincing? Read THIS and then I suggest Americans go immediately to Amazon and buy the two books featured on my sidebar, you can get them used for very cheap, educate yourself so you know what you are up against. Good luck, you'll need it to take your country back.
US District Judge T. S. Ellis on Monday dismissed all charges against former AIPAC lobbyists Steve Rosen and Keith Weissman, three days after Justice Department prosecutors announced that handling the case would require the release of top secret military intelligence and should therefore be shelved.
Rosen and Weissman were indicted in 2005 for conspiring to obtain and leak classified information regarding Iran to the Israeli government and journalists from The Washington Post and other media outlets.
Pentagon expert Larry Franklin -- who pled guilty to passing restricted military intelligence to the two indicted lobbyists -- was sentenced in April to 12 years and seven months in prison.
AIPAC, billed as the most powerful lobbying group in Washington, has strived to distance itself from the spy case to escape further controversy for the sake of its reputation.
The controversy, however, was further fueled by revelations of the involvement of California representative Jane Harman -- a longtime member of the US House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence who has access to highly classified security information.
Harman was reportedly overheard on a wiretapped phone conversation while agreeing to act on behalf of a suspected Israeli agent and persuade the Justice Department into reducing espionage charges against Rosen and Weissman.
The Israeli agent, in return, promised to smooth the way for Harman to become the next chairman of the House Intelligence Committee.
According to a Congressional Quarterly report released on April 19, the FBI was poised to question Harman about the telephone call and her interactions with the suspected Israeli agent but US Attorney General Alberto Gonzalez blocked efforts to launch an investigation.
Harman, who has denied any wrongdoing, has taken the matter up with AIPAC policymakers and has tried to turn the tables by accusing the US government of illegally recording her conversation -- a move that has shifted media attention away from AIPAC involvement in the spy case, also named the Lawrence Franklin affair.
In an address to the 2009 AIPAC policy conference on Monday, she chose to focus on the wiretapping rather than her bargaining deals with the suspected Israeli spy and called herself "a warrior on behalf of our Constitution and against abuse of power."
She went on to promise the heavyweight American politicians who had come to swear allegiance to Israel that she would "not quit on this, until I am absolutely sure that this never can happen to anyone else".
Baruch Weiss, the lawyer who helped cripple the US government's case against Rosen and Weissman, says the prosecution's loss is a "great victory" for Israel's friends.
This is not the first time pro-Israeli lobbyists charged with espionage escape trial in the US.
Stephen D. Bryen, a pro-Israel activist who played a key role in forging close ties between Israel and the Pentagon, was seen passing confidential documents to an Israeli Mossad agent in a restaurant in Washington.
Michael Saba, former executive director of the influential National Association of Arab Americans, who was witness to the security breach, promptly reported the incident to the Justice Department.
"After I reported this incident to the Justice Department, FBI and Justice Department investigators gathered sufficient evidence on Dr. Bryen's activities to recommend he be brought before an investigative grand jury for espionage," Saba explained in Armageddon Network
"The case was quietly closed, however, by Philip Heymann, the assistant attorney general in charge of the Justice Department's Criminal Division, a close personal friend and associate of Dr. Bryen's attorney. Bryen was never formally charged or made to account for his actions under oath," he added. link