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Ex-Army Engineer, 84, Faces Espionage Charges

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Ex-Army Engineer, 84, Faces Espionage Charges

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Ex-Army Engineer, 84, Faces Espionage Charges

Ex-Army Engineer, 84, Faces Espionage Charges

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A former U.S. Army mechanical engineer has been charged with spying. The 84-year-old man, Ben-ami Kadish, is accused of slipping classified documents about nuclear weapons to an employee of the Israeli consulate. Authorities say the consulate employee had also received information from convicted Pentagon spy Jonathan Pollard.

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