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DOJ: AIPAC Case Witness Asked To Fake Suicide
A Defense Against Government Secrecy and Overclassification
Abbe D. Lowell
John N. Nassikas
Steve Rosen and Keith Weissman were indicted under the 1917 Espionage Act, an almost-never used relic of World War I. The government also sought to have the defendants -- US citizens -- tried in secret.
The AIPAC Case in Washington, Iraq, and Beyond
Professor of Literature, Yale University
Like many stories about Israel and the neoconservatives, the prehistory of the case against Rosen and Weissman lies somewhere in the run-up and immediate aftermath of the war in Iraq.
Harman Wiretapping: AIPAC Lobbyist Charges To Be Dropped
Prosecutors Considering Dropping Espionage Charges Against Former AIPAC Lobbyists
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