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| Zvi Rafiah|
Suspected of being the former Mossad station chief in Washington.
- Bryen had been overheard in the Madison Hotel Coffee Shop, offering classified documents to an official of the Israeli Embassy in the presence of the director of AIPAC, the American-Israel Public Affairs Committee. It was later determined that the Embassy official was Zvi Rafiah, the Mossad station chief in Washington. Bryen refused to be poly-graphed by the FBI on the purpose and details of the meeting; whereas the person who'd witnessed it agreed to be poly-graphed and passed the test.
Profile: Zvi Rafiah, Co-operative History Research Commons, accessed 12 May 2008.
- Serving Two Flags: Neo-Cons, Israel and the Bush Administration, by Stephen Green, Counterpunch, 28/29 February 2004.