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Friday, February 26, 2016

Muslim Navy engineer with secret access accused of concealing double life as Iranian citizen

By Pamela Geller

Majid Karimi, the Iranian spy, changed his name to James Robert Baker in order to better conduct his nefarious work. He faces nearly 70 years in prison. But under Obama, would likely only spend about five years behind bars because of sentencing guidelines. “Just days after the Sept. 11 attacks, officials informed Majid Karimi that he could not have a secret clearance and a foreign passport, adding that he would need to furnish proof he had given up his Iranian passport.  Six days later, he used his Iranian passport to fly to Iran. In October, the Navy learned about his trip and suspended his clearance. But Majid Karimi challenged the suspension, stating that he’d returned his passport to Iran, and his clearance was reinstated in...

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