NEW YORK (AP) - An engineer who worked at an Army research
center in New Jersey has been arrested on charges of spying for
Israel from 1979 through 1985.
Federal prosecutors and the FBI say Ben-ami Kadish slipped
classified documents to an Israeli consulate worker. Investigators
say the Israeli was the same contact used by convicted Pentagon spy
A criminal complaint against Kadish includes allegations that he
took documents on nuclear weapons, the F-15 fighter jet and Patriot
missile system home with him on a number of occasions and allowed
the Israeli government worker to photograph them.
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