A huge victory for Americans

…and a huge hit for the Israel Lobby! :bravo:

…Judge T.S. Ellis III has dealt a decisive blow to forces supporting full dismissal of the AIPAC espionage case. [/quote]


The defendants tried to say that the indictment under the U.S. Espionage Act violated their First Amendment free speech rights! :laughing: :laughing:

These 2 clowns are linked to Larry Franklin and Douglas Feith, the 2 Israeli spies working within the Pentagon and within Dick “Five Deferments” Cheney’s offices… :noway:

[quote]The public record documents numerous instances in which members of the Israel lobby received explicit instructions or acted as unregistered agents for various Israeli governments. The 1996 neoconservative “Clean Break” document outlines one group of Israel lobby operatives’ coordinated plan with Benjamin Netanyahu to trade missile-defense contract pork for U.S. congressional support for moving the U.S. embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem. Ehud Barak’s hurried calls to Israel lobby leaders in the U.S. to intervene whenever he felt pressured to make concessions during U.S. peace plan initiatives at Camp David are but another star within a constellation of Israel lobby FARA violations.

[color=red]Americans are increasingly coming to understand how the illegal machinations of the Israel lobby have led to many harebrained, bloody, and costly policies, from the U.S. invasion of Iraq to unrestricted cash “Israel foreign aid packages” that destabilize the Middle East and undermine America’s reputation.[/color] The judicial branch’s prosecution of the crimes that lie at the very core of AIPAC’s activities may succeed in placing U.S. policy under the guidance of broad American interests. Judges like Ellis may succeed where both the executive and legislative branches have succumbed to the power and corruption of AIPAC.[/quote]