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Codename of an alleged Israeli spy in the US government. Turns out it was instead referring to the Mega Group of billionaires.

See also Mega Group

Mega was an alleged Israeli spy in the high echelons of the Clinton Administration. The code name was found in an intercept of Israeli communications. It turned out the 'Mega' actually was referring to the Mega Group of Zionist billionaires.

Spy Hunt

For a brief period of time in early 1997, the Central Intelligence Agency, the Federal Bureau of Investigation, and the National Security Agency engaged in a frantic mole hunt for an Israeli spy, believed to be operating inside the highest levels of the Clinton Administration national security establishment.

By the time the mole hunt was made public--in a May 7, 1997 Washington Post leak--the hunt had been abruptly ended, and for all intents and purposes, the story disappeared from the news within a matter of days.[1]

According to the Washington Post, in January 1997, the FBI opened an investigation to determine whether a senior U.S. government official has been passing highly sensitive information to the Israeli government, according to sources with direct knowledge of the inquiry. The investigation was launched in January after the National Security Agency intercepted a secure communication between a senior Israeli intelligence officer in Washington and and Danny Yatom, the head of the Mossad, Israel's foreign intelligence service, that referred to someone code-named "Mega," and an attempt to obtain a sensitive American document.[2]

The Israeli official at the embassy in Washington sought permission from the spy boss to "go to Mega" in order to obtain a copy of a confidential letter that had been sent by then-U.S. Secretary of State Warren Christopher to Palestinian Authority President Yasser Arafat, concerning U.S. assurances about a recently negotiated agreement for an Israeli military withdrawal from the Hebron area in the West Bank. Yatom, according to the NSA intercept, rejected the request, admonishing his agent, "This is not something we use Mega for."[1]

Mega Group

EIR points out "There is a much simpler answer to the Mega puzzle: Mega was not a deep mole inside the White House. Mega was a far more visible, far more powerful entity, known among its several dozen members as "the Mega Group."[1]