Nuclear spy Vanunu convicted for violating parole

Former technician at Dimona plant found guilty of meeting with two foreigners without permission; acquitted over 2015 TV interview



Mordechai Vanunu, a former nuclear technician who revealed Israel’s nuclear secrets to a British newspaper 31 years ago, was convicted by the Jerusalem Magistrate’s Court for meeting with two American citizens in violation of the terms of his release from prison, Hebrew media reported.

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  1. January 23, 2017 at 17:20

    The ‘full’ report is not at the TIMES of Israel because on 18 January Vanunu tweeted he was convicted of speaking to 2 internationals [in 2013 and I know one of them] but not on the 2 other ludicrous charges.

    On 22 January Vanunu TWEETED that he will return to Israel Supreme Court on 30/1/2017 “Asking the Israel Justice court to cancel the restrictions, one of them is not to leave the state…”

    Ever since Vanunu emerged from 18 years behind bars on 21 April 2004, he has endured under draconian restrictions including he not speak to foreigners and not leave “the only democracy in the Middle East.”

    In 2015 the 60 year old Vanunu wed for the first time to a foreigner who is a Professor of Hebrew Scriptures and she has filed all the paper work for Vanunu’s asylum to Norway.

    Israel will reap much BAD PR if they do not finally free Vanunu -who also told Channel 2 he is “done with the nuclear issue” and all he wants is to leave Israel and join his wife.

    Because Israel has persisted to refuse Vanunu the right to fade into the world THIS AMERICAN on her mission from God has persisted to tell the Vanunu Saga in articles and books ever since I met Vanunu in 2005 during my first of 8 investigative journeys to both sides of The Wall.

    -Eileen Fleming THIS AMERICAN is the Senior NON-Arab Correspondent for USA’s TheArabDailyNews:

    Author of 8 books;

  2. January 23, 2017 at 17:38

    Uncensored “30 Minutes with Vanunu” taped a few weeks after Vanunu’s freedom of speech trial began in 2006 and ended with 78 days back in solitary in 2010 and a few other arrests

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