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Canadian spy was suspected of issuing secrets of Western intelligence to Russia

Canadian spy was suspected of issuing secrets of Western intelligence to RussiaAccording to Western media, intelligence services of the United States, Britain and Australia may be compromised.

Former military intelligence officer based on the Canadian Navy in Halifax, Jeffrey Paul Delyle, accused of espionage, is suspected of selling secrets of Western intelligence to Russia. What kind of intelligence was disclosed, not yet reported. Nevertheless, according to sources in the security services of Australia, the level of their secrecy is quite high. According to Western mass media, the intelligence services of Australia, the USA and the UK may be compromised.

Jeffrey Paul Delile was brought to trial in Canada in mid-January on charges of transferring secret data to a foreign state. The fact that it was precisely Russia was not officially mentioned. However, this was indicated by indirect signs. After the detention of Delilah, Canada allegedly sent two Russian diplomats. True, the Russian Foreign Ministry denied the information about the expulsion. According to the Foreign Ministry, the diplomats left the country themselves, in connection with the expiration of travel.

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    PISTOL 26 July 2012 10: 50
    It's bad that he was caught, he provided us with good info, like finding all the surface and submarine forces of NATO
    1. urich
      urich 26 July 2012 11: 05
      The good thing is that our special services can also recruit someone, not all Americans will merge our scouts. Let's hope that the caught is not our last agent.
      I always have a question in such cases. The USSR has always been helped for ideological reasons, and there are few cases when our special services paid anyone. The Americans bought almost all the defectors. I do not know of a single case that the Americans were leaked Old for ideological reasons. Right now, are ideological help in Russia or are we buying Old too? Surely we are buying, but I would like ideological ones to help))))
    2. Gurza
      Gurza 26 July 2012 11: 27
      Surely they have a lot of people there who understand that we are not such an evil empire as they portray us in the media! It would be nice, of course, for him to work for us precisely for ideological reasons, such agents are the best.
  2. vorobey
    vorobey 26 July 2012 11: 22
    Any intelligence receives 90 percent of the information free of charge from the media, but agents are really the most complex and secret 10%.
  3. Delink
    Delink 26 July 2012 14: 16
    I wanted to insert my five cents, but everyone already said. I support everyone.
    Everyone +. :)
  4. Delink
    Delink 26 July 2012 14: 46
    Then I read that Microsoft allowed to listen to calls and view all correspondence in Skype. Here he is control and espionage of US intelligence on a large scale.
    And then they caught one suspicion and charged him with espionage in favor of Russia.
  5. Lech e-mine
    Lech e-mine 27 July 2012 08: 51
    But has not a new mole wound up in our intelligence services, like the former General KALUGIN?