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Thu Nov 29, 2012, 03:02 PM

Early clues to navy spy Delisle's guilt overlooked

The morrow of the story is if you manufacture threats and justify your existence by chasing rabbits, when the real threats emerge they will operate without concern...



http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/story/2012/11/29/spy-delisle-warrants.html


Canada's most active spy might have been caught almost a year sooner if the military and CSIS had followed their own mandatory security check rules, documents obtained by CBC News show.

And Sub-Lt. Jeffrey Paul Delisle might still be swapping secrets with the Russians for cash if not for a tip from the FBI in the United States, suggests information contained in three search warrants that were executed on Delisle's home, car and the ultra-secret navy intelligence facility in Halifax where Delisle worked, HMCS Trinity.

The first hint that Delisle was the central figure in a spy scandal that would rock the Canadian and allied military establishments came in the form of a letter sent to the RCMP from the FBI on Dec. 2, 2011.

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