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To: Mack Truck
What are the chief ways in which Pollard's spying on the US benefitted the US?

If, for example, I, errr, clap your scrotum between two cold bricks, have I conferred a benefit on you?

Could I charge you for the gesture?

43 posted on 12/06/2005 5:07:17 PM PST by gaijin
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To: gaijin

Satellite imagery from a US KH-11 satellite ... was used to plan the 7 June 1981 attack on the Tammuz-1 reactor at Osiraq, Iraq. This attack, carried out by 8 F-16s accompanied by 6 F-15s punched a hole in the concrete reactor dome before the reactor began operation (and just days before an Israeli election) and delivered 15 delay-fuzed 2000 lb bombs deep into the reactor structure (the 16th bomb hit a nearby hall). The blasts shredded the reactor and blew out the dome foundations, causing it to collapse on the rubble.

25 years of a world without a Iranian nuclear threat resulted - definitely good for the U.S. The threat is back and it will again have to be dealt with.


60 posted on 12/07/2005 2:35:27 PM PST by Mack Truck
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