27 Feb '16, 1am

Red flags in NAVSEA case: Experts cite espionage patterns in engineer's acts

Red flags in NAVSEA case: Experts cite espionage patterns in engineer's acts

Security experts said they were troubled by authorities' repeated failure to thoroughly investigate Baker, especially after red flags like his return to Iran only days after Navy officials told him to prove that he had turned it in. Facts about what motivated Baker's alleged three-decade ruse remain unclear, but several experts who reviewed the case said it bore hallmarks of espionage.

Full article: http://www.navytimes.com/story/military/2016/02/26/navsea...

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