Spies

  • Hotties, Law Schools, Politics

    Ilan Grapel: He’s No Austin Powers

    As we mentioned yesterday, a student at Emory Law School by the name of Ilan Chaim Grapel was arrested in Egypt on Sunday, and ordered held for 15 days. The Egyptians allege that Grapel is a “highly trained” spy, working for the state of Israel. Ilan Grapel is a dual U.S.-Israeli citizen. And he did […]

    107 Comments / / Jun 14, 2011 at 4:09 PM
  • Hotties, Law Schools, Politics

    Law Student of the Day: Ilan Grapel, Accused of Spying for Israel

    At this year’s Emory Law School commencement, Professor Sara Stadler urged graduates to think outside the box with respect to their career options: “You might not be able to land that [top-choice] job…. You might have to move to Nebraska.… You might have to join a small firm where they don’t make the big bucks.” […]

    66 Comments / / Jun 13, 2011 at 5:05 PM
  • Crime, Eric Holder, S.D.N.Y., Weirdness

    A Speedy End to the Russian Spy Case

    That was fast. The criminal case against 10 Russian spies, which has captured the national imagination since their arrests on June 27, has been resolved. The New York Times reports: In a seeming flashback to the cold war, Russian and American officials traded prisoners in the bright sunlight on the tarmac of Vienna’s international airport […]

    49 Comments / / Jul 9, 2010 at 6:04 PM