The Jewish-controlled mainstream media in the US and Canada reported last week that a Canadian military intelligence officer, Jeffrey Paul Delisle 40, was arrested on charges of alleged espionage on behalf of a “foreign entity”.
Since Jeffrey’s religion (as is normal in case of alleged Muslim criminals) and the name of the “foreign entity” (Iran, Pakistan, Hizbullah, etc.) was not mentioned – my thoughts went to the US espionage network where if Jews are involved spying for Israel – Israel is usually named as Country X. For example, on October 7, 2010 – Israeli daily The Jerusalem Post reported that the FBI has arrested a Jew employee of Akamai Technologies Elliot Doxer for providing confidential information over 18-month to a FBI agent he thought worked for Israeli Consulate in Boston. The US Justice Department named the benefactor of the espionage Israel as “Country X”. Furthermore, US Justice Department charged Doxer with a single count of wire fraud and the Zionist entity being not behind the espionage.
On January 17, 2012 – Russian daily RIA Novosti reported that Jeffrey Paul Delisle was in fact spying for Russia. However, it did not mention if Jeffrey was Jewish or Christian.
The foreign entity in question was Russia, Canadian news CTV broadcaster quoted unidentified sources as telling its Ottawa Bureau Chief Robert Fife.
“Sources say that Russian espionage in this country is as extensive and aggressive as it was during the Cold War,” Fife was quoted in the report as saying.
The secret information allegedly passed to Russia could deal with ship movements and data about Canada’s allies, Fife said.
None of the allegations have been proven in court, the report said.
A spokesman for the Russian Foreign Intelligence Service, Sergei Ivanov, refused to comment on the report when asked by RIA Novosti.
The Canadian Defense Department earlier said Delisle was an intelligence officer and a Navy Sub-Lieutenant, CTV said.
The military has launched a probe to find out the extent of the alleged leaks, it said.
Delisle’s trial may take place behind closed doors because of the sensitivity of the case, the report quoted sources as saying.
The maximum punishment for offenses under the Security of Information Act is life in prison.
It seems the Israel-Firster Canadian prime minister Stephen Harper is trying to send a ‘message’ to pro-Iran Russian leader Putin.