Monday, December 04, 2006

How to spy in Canada

So this spy guy got caught. He only had an Ontario birth certificate that belonged to someone else, and a drivers licence. During his court hearing in (where else) Montreal, he admitted being a Russian spy and said he was ready to be deported. Federal Court Justice Pierre Blais issued a deportation order for the man. He also agreed to keep his identity secret. He says revealing the man's identity could endanger his family. Where IS his family? In Canada? Russia?
Sheeeez, we've come a long way down since countries used to SHOOT spies or at least put them in jail for many years! (Sam Carr and Fred Rose each got 7 years after being convicted of spying in the Igor Gouzenko case, in the United States, Julius and Ethel Rosenberg got the death penalty and an accomplice got 30 years)
So you can come here, spy on us, and if you get caught you just tell us you want to go home now and we comply.
Gawd we're soft.

http://www.theglobeandmail.com/servlet/story/RTGAM.20061204.wrussianspy1204/BNStory/National/home

1 comment:

  1. old friend10:20 pm

    from your old friend
    Date: 2006-05-08
    Location: Europe
    Message: Glad to see you are still alive. Didn't think you made it out of A**** that time. That you got shot with Charles and the others. But you always could disappear better than anyone. Who would have guessed that you knew so much, old friend. Hope you don't tell, the world isn't ready quite yet. By the way, you do still have some friends in MI6, so don't despair.
    Don't let your caterwauling get out of hand, someone could identify you, you know. Careful now.
    Chin up.
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