Just the facts. The highest levels of law enforcment are dealing with an International terror cell who threatened our banking system, and tried to hack the Pentagon. They were determined to strike us and our freedoms and compromise national security. While you guys are running scared from an imaginary muslim bogeyman.... (Also google search: israeli spies in america http://www.google.ca/search?hl=en&s...esult&cd=1&q=israeli+spies+in+america&spell=1 ) --------------------------------------- http://calsun.canoe.ca/News/Alberta/2008/09/05/6667226-sun.html Fri, September 5, 2008 Canadian and U.S. law enforcers say they cracked into the crimes of highly sophisticated computer hackers now accused of stealing nearly $2 million from a Calgary-based company. And an Israeli hacker self-dubbed The Analyzer -- who hacked into the Pentagon several years ago -- is among four alleged organized criminals nabbed in Montreal after a nine-month investigation by cops in Calgary, Montreal, Vancouver and U.S. Secret Service members. Calgary commercial crime unit Staff Sgt. Gordon Bull said the suspects tapped into the Calgary company's database over the Internet, making pre-paid debit cards with falsely inflated values they then used to make cash withdrawals at ATMs throughout Canada and other countries. Most of the Canadian withdrawals were in Montreal. Cops would not name the company targeted, but said it has locations across Western Canada. Bull said about $1.8 million was stolen over several months and video surveillance, with analysis of computer data and old-fashioned police work, led to the arrests. "This is a significant amount of money," he said. Investigators have not ruled out additional suspects and victims. It appears to be the first crime of this type in the city. Police said the company can pursue the accused through the civil court system to try and recover the money, or a judge may end up ordering them to pay restitution. Ehud Tenenbaum, 29, of Israel, faces six counts of fraudulent use of credit card data and fraud over $5,000. The following three individuals, all of Montreal, face various fraud-related charges -- Priscilla Mastrangelo, 30, Jean Francois Ralph, 28, and Sypros Xenoulis, 33. All the accused, except for Tenenbaum, were granted bail pending court appearances in Calgary.