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CSIS handles Intelligence packets like a game of hot potatoes.

Knew of Navy spy's activity but held file back from RCMP


(SNN) – Recent news that CSIS knew of Jeffrey Delisle leaking information to Russian spies for months without passing the information onto the RCMP for criminal investigation brings into question if the Canadian Intelligence Agency know their business.

It was learned that the FBI had provided a thick dossier regarding the Canadian Naval Officer passing Top Secret information detrimental to both Canada and the USA. “In truth, if someone calls in and tells us something we just don't know what to do.” said John Doe, a confidential informant for The Sage, “Some of the information the FBI gave us was just too good to be true.”

It was learned that CSIS sat on the information so long, the FBI intervened and set-up a trap for Delisle. The RCMP, in the meantime, were confounded and had to work up a case from scratch. “The information we put together in the case was ongoing,” said Detective Stadencko. “I had a diary date that allowed me to review the case in six months. I don't know why the FBI got so huffy.”

The lack of confidence displayed between CSIS and the RCMP had some in Ottawa scratching their heads in disbelief. The RCMP finally arrested Delisle, who subsequently plead guilty. Delisle is facing 20 years in prison.

“We are looking into contracting Canadian Intelligence out to the Pinkerton Security Agency.” said a Canadian Government Spokesperson, “CSIS, in the meantime, will continue to read the weekly and monthly Canadian publications for leads.”

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