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    4 months after 9/11 Golan Ciper a national of Israel was hired as a Homeland Security advisor by the governor of New Jersey McGreevey. Golan Ciper was holding H1B visa and was making 110,000$ per year with no previous experience in the field of national security. FBI refused to work with an H1B worker and this was part of the scandal. Mr Cipel returned few days to Israel where he cannot be extradisted from because 'our' ally has no extradiction agreements with USA.

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    4 months after 9/11 Golan Ciper a national of Israel was hired as a Homeland Security advisor by the governor of New Jersey McGreevey. Golan Ciper was holding H1B visa and was making 110,000$ per year with no previous experience in the field of national security. FBI refused to work with an H1B worker and this was part of the scandal. Mr Cipel returned few days to Israel where he cannot be extradisted from because 'our' ally has no extradiction agreements with USA.

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      I want to hear Michael's input on this one....

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        Mo:

        Michael's input? hmm dont tell me he does that too.


        Yes Melanie, I too believe this guy was a spy. Especially the way the government has been downplaying this end of the story and just focusing on "***".

        and of course, no extradition.... it's Israel.
        The FOIA revealed these facts about the H1b as I posted earlier.


        Mcgreevy, the homosexual New Jersey Govenor or Mcsleezy as some are calling him lied to INS about qualifications that would have made his Israeli boyfriend (Cipel)state chief of anti terror division.$100k per year. The letter he wrote was part of a petition by the state for a specialty work visa that had to show qualifications for what he was being hired to do. He is a poet according to the press.

        http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/1190468/posts

        &
        http://www.app.com/app2001/story/0,21133,656898,00.html



        Now should USCIS be going after MCgreevy for fraud and after Cipel for visa fraud? I think facts are clear and it will be interesting to find out if INS will follow up to do their job to set an example for this kind of fraud that would have compromised national security.

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