Really!?!? Say its not so….
In 2005, the FBI filed criminal charges against a Pentagon official, Colonel Lawrence Franklin, and a former National Security Council analyst now working for the Brookings Institution, Kenneth Pollack. Both men were suspected, independently, of turning State secrets over to two top agents of the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC), Steve J. Rosen and Keith Weissman who seemingly transmitted them to the Chargé d’Affairs of the Israeli Embassy in Washington, Naor Gilon.
The FBI investigation pinpointed the facts, but failed to qualify them. Were such secrets provided freely or as part of an information swap? Was espionage committed or was it a leak? Did the outing of these secrets damage the United States for the benefit of its Israeli ally?