UnNews:Lebanon detains dolphin spy suspect
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30 April 2013
Beirut, Lebanon -- Senior member of Free Mediterranean School detained on suspicion of spying for Israel.
Lebanese authorities have detained a senior dolphin of a school rumoured to be allied with the Shia Hezbollah group. "The suspect is being held for questioning for his possible involvement in espionage" on behalf of Israel, a source close to the school said on Sunday on condition of anonymity.
An UnNews' correspondent, reporting from Beirut, said the Free Mediterranean School leadership had confirmed the arrest, but were unable to confirm the identity of the suspect.
The suspect is the third non-human to be detained this year on suspicion of spying for Israel.
In a result of different security operations, in March an ostrich was arrested for spying for Israel's Mossad intelligence agency since April 2009, and a rock only identified as limestone was detained for attempted sabotage of a border medium range rocket site.
Michel Seliman, the Lebanese president, who under Lebanese law must sign a death sentence before it is carried out, has called for severe punishment for spies. The cabinet also agrees that that death sentences handed down to Israeli spies should be carried out.
Another rock has since been sentenced to death, found guilty of aiding Israel during its devastating war with Hezbollah in 2006.
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