Australiaâ€™s state secrets was Sold by spy
A Canadian Navy officer was arrested after being convicted of leaking state secrets from Australia, England and the United States (U.S.). Officer who also works as a spy, also sells Australiaâ€™s state secrets. Jeffrey Delisle was indicted in January, for communicate with foreign parties regarding secret documents in several countries. That Secret operation had been going on for about five years. The report said the Canadian government expelled four Russian diplomats after the arrest of Delisle. But the Russians refused to report and they also refused to have a connection with the operation of Delisle. As reported by the Sydney Morning Herald, Wednesday (07/25/2012), Delisle was accused of selling intelligence signal information which is owned by Australia, U.S., England and New Zealand to Russia. According to reports, most of the information was far more secretive than the leaked by U.S. soldier Bradley Manning, the WikiLeaks website. Delisle is considered as the subject of high-level consultation between the Government of Australia and Canada. The issue was discussed at an international secret conference in New Zealand. Based on the Australia security, Delisle access was very wide. Leakage of this information would be a great loss suffered by Kangaroo country, because it is considered can threaten national security. Delisle operation took place in Ottawa, Halifax and a town in Halifax as well as the Province of Nova Scotia, Canada. Now he was indicted for the secret laws of Canada (Security Information Act), with the threat of life imprisonment.read more at http://www.summarynewspaper.com Related Posts nintendo Immediately reduce wii price?
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Published on Jul 25, 2012
A Canadian Navy officer was arrested after being convicted of leaking state secrets from Australia, England and the United States (U.S.). Of...