The modus operandi is entirely wrong.
In espionage, like in police work, there is nothing better than having a woman accomplice on hand. If you are on a stakeout ? say, waiting in a car ? and have a lady with you, you are far less likely to be questioned.
At the time, there was talk in Germany of placing a statute of limitation on the prosecution of Nazis. It seems Israel wanted to send a message to discourage that.
It's an absurd version of the modus operandi.
The call investors have to make is whether Babcock & Brown's strong management team and global reach will allow them to continue to create value. So far, their track record is pretty convincing.
In that day I will perform against Eli all things which I have spoken concerning his house: when I begin, I will also make an end.
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