Dear Friend of America's Survival,
There was a time when the CIA and FBI went after real traitors.
Russian President Vladimir Putin, a former Soviet KGB officer, made headlines by praising the Russian spies who stole U.S. atom bomb secrets. Putin said, “You know, when the States already had nuclear weapons and the Soviet Union was only building them, we got a significant amount of information through Soviet foreign intelligence channels.” Putin was undoubtedly referring to atom bomb spies Julius and Ethel Rosenberg, among others. They were members of the Communist Party who were executed for stealing U.S. atom bomb secrets on behalf of the Soviet Union. THAT WAS THE ROSENBERG SPY RING.
WE'VE NOW LEARNED OF A FOURTH SPY IN ANOTHER NOTORIOUS SPY RING AT LOS ALAMOS LABORATORY IN NEW MEXICO, the site of the atomic bomb-building Manhattan Project.
Citing new reseach by scholars Harvey Klehr and John Earl Haynes, the New York Times reports that "... three Los Alamos spies have long been known. Klaus Fuchs, a physicist, was arrested in early 1950, shortly after the first Soviet detonation. His testimony led to a second spy, David Greenglass, a machinist, who was also taken into custody. Not until 1995 was the third spy, Theodore Hall, the youngest physicist at Los Alamos, identified publicly." The new name is Oscar Seborer.
In an update about this case, the JewishPress.com reports: Historians Find A Family of Jewish Spies Who Passed Atomic Secrets to the USSR and says "...at the time Manhattan project scientists were laboring to beat their Nazi counterparts in the race for an atomic weapon [and] passed sensitive information to Soviet agents..." This was their rationale for helping America's enemies.
Of course, the Hitler-Stalin Pact started the war.
J. Robert Oppenheimer, the scientific director of the Manhattan Project that produced the A-bomb, was also a communist and Soviet spy. Nevertheless, in 2004, the U.S. Senate passed a resolution honoring Oppenheimer for his "loyal service" to the U.S. The resolution was introduced by Sen. Bingaman and co-sponsored by Sen. Domenici and Sen. Feinstein.
Feinstein is a member of the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence.
The federal government needs to re-establish personnel security and loyalty review boards.
For America's Survval,