According to Haaretz the supposed Israeli spy in the Pentagon may not be exactly James Bond or even Sean Connery:
Two of those officials raised the possibility the government might not bring espionage charges, but rather lesser ones that could include the mishandling of sensitive government material.
Meanwhile, the Israeli government denies all:
“We deny carrying out any intelligence activity. It is a strange story,” said a government official, who declined to be identified. “Israel, for many years, has not carried out intelligence activity in the United States,” he said on Saturday.
One wonders why this brouhaha suddenly haha-ed at this precise moment. Anything to do with the same reason your humble scribe is in New York? Nah.
And now off to breakfast so I can be ready for the protests.