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(CTV News)   You are an officer on a Canadian Navy Ship and your wife cheats on you. Do you: 1) Divorce her, 2) Suck it up, or 3) Sell allied intelligence secrets to Russia   (ctvnews.ca) divider line 48
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2013-02-02 07:41:56 AM
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Option 4: take Remedial English again and hope for a miracle.
 
2013-02-02 07:43:02 AM
Well he showed her, eh?
 
2013-02-02 08:29:00 AM
A Navy officer and you're surprised at your wife's infidelity???
 
2013-02-02 08:33:12 AM
Navy? I would guess (2.

Thank you! Goodnight!
 
2013-02-02 09:17:50 AM
Jesus, Submitter. Are you a Russian Spy?

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2013-02-02 09:37:19 AM
When you are cheated on, it can affect the logic part of your brain.   Most likely, if you love someone that much, the other person does not feel the same way.
 
2013-02-02 10:14:47 AM
What a Russian spy might look like
static7.businessinsider.com
 
2013-02-02 10:21:57 AM
Well, there goes our strategic maple reserves.

/Heading out the door to stock up.
 
2013-02-02 10:44:04 AM

texdent: What a Russian spy might look like
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2013-02-02 11:23:45 AM
Navy? If I'm in the Navy then I'm too busy having hot gay sex to care about the biatch.

/Artillery
//gay
///didn't get any damned hot gay sex in the Artillery
 
2013-02-02 11:45:09 AM
Canadian Navy secrets? And someone wanted to buy them?
 
2013-02-02 11:45:43 AM
So they're now deciding his punishment--9 years or 25 years. He should be farking glad he's not an American. Isn't treason punishable by death?

And selling out your country for $72,000? I don't know what my price would be, but it'll have at least two more zeros attached to it.
 
2013-02-02 11:47:33 AM
So, which end of the canoe has the torpedos?

And which submarine isn't on fire?
 
2013-02-02 11:50:40 AM
Oh great, now the Russians know where all the Timmys are.
 
2013-02-02 11:52:59 AM
In other news. The Canadian Navy has secrets.
 
2013-02-02 11:53:09 AM
There goes the Poutine defense shield...
 
2013-02-02 11:53:35 AM

JerkStore: So they're now deciding his punishment--9 years or 25 years. He should be farking glad he's not an American. Isn't treason punishable by death?

And selling out your country for $72,000? I don't know what my price would be, but it'll have at least two more zeros attached to it.


In the US, even if you spy for an "ally" like Israel, you get put in prison for decades...

/ Pollard get released in 2015..
 
2013-02-02 11:54:51 AM
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oh jeez the secret is out, eh?
 
2013-02-02 12:00:27 PM

BronyMedic: Jesus, Submitter. Are you a Russian Spy?

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Jesus,Mary and Joesph Stalin!
 
2013-02-02 12:02:28 PM
" Who ate the frozen strawberries? "
 
2013-02-02 12:03:30 PM
Good job, that will teach that biatch that she picked the wrong guy to mess with. What a tool. And really? just 70 K? For passing that much info? Really? Sucker.
 
2013-02-02 12:04:10 PM
 
2013-02-02 12:04:50 PM
41 year old sub-lieutenant?  Something tells me his career wasn't working out as well as he'd hoped.
 
2013-02-02 12:06:56 PM
Sorry Subby,  HMCS Trinity is a shore facility, not a warship.
 
2013-02-02 12:09:05 PM
If I'm going to be a spy for the Russians, I'm gonna have to have a deal sweeter than a box of Timbits.

1.  Money:  So I can live well.
2.  An escape plan and smuggling me to Mother Russia.
3.  An apartment in St. Petersburg, a nice one.

1 and 2 are non-negotiable

#3 is optional.  Talinn, Estonia is pretty too, and money goes far there.
 
2013-02-02 12:11:57 PM
Option 3. But only if his wife is Canada.
 
2013-02-02 12:12:52 PM
Canadian intelligence?  What, his grandmother's poutine recipe?
 
2013-02-02 12:13:26 PM
Spies should be executed.
 
2013-02-02 12:14:46 PM
Aren't the countries listed the partners to the UKUSA Security Agreement? Could that facility might be an intercept station?
 
2013-02-02 12:17:37 PM
Exactly how much is Russia willing to pay to learn secrets about snow?
 
2013-02-02 12:19:15 PM
One of the most interesting parts of the spy museum in DC was the wall that listed people who were caught selling information, how much they were paid and what the motivation for spying was. In many cases it seemed to take surprisingly little to make someone turn traitor.
 
2013-02-02 12:20:45 PM

Ghastly: Navy? If I'm in the Navy then I'm too busy having hot gay sex to care about the biatch.

/Artillery
//gay
///didn't get any damned hot gay sex in the Artillery


Ten year navy vet.
Married for ten years afterwards.
Came out as gay after divorce.
Co-worker: "You Navy guys in Yokosuka were shameless! Huge orgies!"
Me: "Nobody told me about it!"
 
2013-02-02 12:23:23 PM
I'm guessing he wasn't the Falcon . . .

www.freecodesource.com
 
2013-02-02 12:39:56 PM

Yakk: Canadian Navy secrets? And someone wanted to buy them?


stuffy: In other news. The Canadian Navy has secrets.


These were some pretty high level secrets. LIke from all of NATO. Like from the US too. The world intelligence community shiat themselves when this came out (months ago). A lot of people left other countries in the middle of the night.
 
2013-02-02 12:40:53 PM

Foundling: Exactly how much is Russia willing to pay to learn secrets about snow?


A few grand a month. Not really worth it.
 
2013-02-02 12:46:21 PM

SnarfVader: Well, there goes our strategic maple reserves.

/Heading out the door to stock up.


The bastard sold the Smarties formula!  Hangin's too good...
 
2013-02-02 12:46:48 PM
or 4) "accidentally" list her apartments coordinates as a target on the next live fire exercise
 
2013-02-02 12:48:27 PM

bubo_sibiricus: If I'm going to be a spy for the Russians, I'm gonna have to have a deal sweeter than a box of Timbits.

1.  Money:  So I can live well.
2.  An escape plan and smuggling me to Mother Russia.
3.  An apartment in St. Petersburg, a nice one.

1 and 2 are non-negotiable

#3 is optional.  Talinn, Estonia is pretty too, and money goes far there.


Yeah, came here to say something similar - $72,000 over 5 years is a pittance.  Hope he blew it all on hookers and blow.
 
2013-02-02 01:00:38 PM

JerkStore: So they're now deciding his punishment--9 years or 25 years. He should be farking glad he's not an American. Isn't treason punishable by death?

And selling out your country for $72,000? I don't know what my price would be, but it'll have at least two more zeros attached to it.


Eh... might well make sense under the circumstances.  He could have ended up selling them some pretty lightweight/minor stuff.  From what little I've read about etc. non-fictionwise spy-mastering governments often start with chimpy or minor info to keep the person comfortable with the idea.  "Oh that's hardly important even, we just want to confirm they're using latex paint on outhouses in the field to satisfy the bureaucratic jackarses, we'll pay you just to get them the info so they'll stop bugging us about stupid shiat, comrade." etc.  Even for quite a long time people can be strung along like that, maybe a bit worse as time goes by, but nothing you'd consider seriously useful to an enemy.  Pretty much so they can have that person totally under their thumb when they DO need the serious shiate, and then use the guy for something that really matters - and under the circumstances he'll have done so much bad stuff already his/her choices are usually comply or admit it to their bosses.  Few go the latter route, since the punishments even at their litest are not My Little Pony and cake.

Also need to look at the actual times of offense, and check Canada's "at war" status for those time officially.  Espionage, treason, and sedidtion have evolved as different concepts mostly to describe differences in activities and impact stemming from there being a state of war at the time or not.  Non-officially wartime crimes almost always receive lesser sentences.

Anyway, blah blah blah but yeah - there are more than a few good reasons why the sentence might seem comparitively low to those handed out in the US.  Lastly and not leastly being Canadians are generally at least a wee bit less psycho with their judgements on things.
 
2013-02-02 01:02:51 PM

Foundling: Ghastly: Navy? If I'm in the Navy then I'm too busy having hot gay sex to care about the biatch.

/Artillery
//gay
///didn't get any damned hot gay sex in the Artillery

Ten year navy vet.
Married for ten years afterwards.
Came out as gay after divorce.
Co-worker: "You Navy guys in Yokosuka were shameless! Huge orgies!"
Me: "Nobody told me about it!"


They used to always say I had to watch out for gang rape in the showers at CFB Petawawa, yet the entire time I was there nobody so much as pinched my ass. Left me with a horrible Ugly Duck complex "why doesn't anyone want to rape my ass? Am I that hideous and unrapable?"
 
2013-02-02 01:09:56 PM

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Option 4: take Remedial English again and hope for a miracle.


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2013-02-02 01:11:38 PM

log_jammin: A Navy officer and you're surprised at your wife's infidelity???


I always laugh whenever I drive near naval bases and see all of the "Navy Wife" bumper stickers everywhere.

Why don't they just make a "Husband is /deployed/ !" magnet to go along with it?
 
2013-02-02 01:14:34 PM
Best quote FTA:

"No disrespect, but I said it before - I don't believe there's too much to be spied out of Canada," [Russian Ambassador to Canada] Mamedov said.

This guy went to the Russian embassy on his own accord.  He passed information to a foreign government for years.  The only thing going for him is his guilty verdict, but he should get the total recommended by the Prosecution of 25 years imprisonment.
 
2013-02-02 02:28:52 PM
Generic Republican: Sorry Subby,  HMCS Trinity is a shore facility, not a warship.

It's a ship ... made of cement. Probably has a mast too.
 
2013-02-02 02:59:07 PM

Lady Beryl Ersatz-Wendigo: Canadian intelligence?  What, his grandmother's poutine recipe?


The combination to the lock safeguarding the national maple syrup reserve.
 
2013-02-02 05:39:01 PM

Yakk: Canadian Navy secrets? And someone wanted to buy them?


I was just going to post the same thing.
 
2013-02-02 06:40:32 PM

Ghastly: Navy? If I'm in the Navy then I'm too busy having hot gay sex to care about the biatch.

/Artillery
//gay
///didn't get any damned hot gay sex in the Artillery


I thought the infantry was the Queen of Battle.
 
2013-02-03 06:53:15 PM

miniflea: One of the most interesting parts of the spy museum in DC was the wall that listed people who were caught selling information, how much they were paid and what the motivation for spying was. In many cases it seemed to take surprisingly little to make someone turn traitor.


Just look at the number of people who get burnt out, hate their job, and start sabotaging or stealing from it in the private and public sector, and consider that it's really no different even in classified side of the military.
 
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