Thursday, January 12, 2006

Spies Who Hate Us

All those who still believe that espionage is a thing of the past, what do think about the latest roundup? Juan Clark, a sociology professor at Miami-Dade College, nails it:

"Maybe this is just the tip of the iceberg that we're seeing here," and "I think Castro has been able to potentially infiltrate as many people as they wanted."

What kills me is that they have evidence concerning the spying activities for 30 years, the method in which they were communicating with the brutal regime, and they come out with a statement like this:

No evidence has emerged that the couple passed any secret or sensitive information to Cuba. Yet even though the information they allegedly provided seems relatively harmless

What I want to know is how much money they were making selling their souls to the devil?

Inspector Clouseau tip: All those in Academia who visit Cuba regularly and continually praise the dictator and denounce the U.S. might be a little suspect.

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