A name mentioned in FR article about question :
was one of the ladies involved in petraeus affair a spy?
Is One of the Women in the Petraeus Scandal a Spy? Youll Never Believe Whos Making the Case The Blaze ^ | 11.13 | The Blaze
Posted on Tue Nov 13 2012 19:56:09 GMT-0600 (CST) by RummyChick
Ever since it was revealed that Jill Kelley, the woman arguably at the center of the currently-unfolding drama rocking the U.S. government, is of Lebanese origin, Twitter users have asked whether she and CIA Director Petraeus mistress Paula Broadwell should be investigated for potential national security leaks.
Kelley first came into the public eye after Broadwell began sending her threatening emails regarding getting too close to Petreaus. But she really piqued the publics interest after it was revealed that General John Allen also sent her thousands of pages of inappropriate emails, and an FBI agent even sent her shirtless photos of himself.
Now, Orcas George at the extremely left-leaning Daily Kos has begun building the case that Kelleys actions are suspicious at best, and that if she was not in the employ of a foreign intelligence service, the worlds spy agencies have collectively suffered a dereliction of duty.
Mind you, The Daily Kos is the same site that called Minnesota Congresswoman Michele Bachmanns investigation into Huma Abedin a witch hunt, despite tangible connections to the Muslim Brotherhood.
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Great question. Have seen that word from more than a few. Buckling up.