James Bamford’s new book Spyfail: Foreign Spies, Moles, Saboteurs, and the Collapse of America’s Counterintelligence devotes nine chapters to the impunity of Israel, its spies and U.S. lobby.
Bamford is best known as America’s premiere chronicler of the ultra-secretive National Security Agency in his books The Puzzle Palace and The Shadow Factory.
Unlike most authors published through mainstream publishing houses, Bamford has not held back on exposing extremely damaging and behind the scenes exploits of Israel and its lobby in this damning look at U.S. counterintelligence.
Grant F. Smith of IRmep reviews highly relevant sections of Spyfail directly contributing to instability in Israel as Benjamin Netanyahu tries to extricate himself from corruption cases in Israeli courts.
We also review what’s not so great about “Spyfail” (although everybody should still buy it.)