Cleared for publication: Lod resident accused of selling secret military intelligence

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August 20, 2015 12:10

 
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A resident of the city of Lod was accused of espionage, conspiracy and theft of confidential information on Thursday after falling under suspicion of conspiring with a reserve soldier and promising him NIS 50,000 to share secret information regarding the IDF forces stationed on the Israeli border with Egypt.

According to the indictment, the suspect allegedly sold the military intelligence to foreign entities for large sums of money.

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