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    Feds: Navy engineer tried to steal schematics for new carrier class

    Filed under: — Jennifer Rast @ 7:46 am

    Between our politicized education system, and wide open borders, we now have the enemy living and working among us. Acts of treason like this are on the rise, and the infiltrators come from many backgrounds and groups. This Navy engineer was arrested for trying to steal the plans for the Navy’s most advanced aircraft carrier, with the plan of sending them to Egypt. According to meetings with an undercover FBI agent, they discussed where to hit the ship to sink it. So now we’ve got Egypt wanting to sink our ships. The entire Middle East is a threat to us now, with the exception of Israel, and Israel is the only country the President wants to get serious about sanctioning. He’d rather make deals with the Nuclear wannabes in Iran. We are in serious trouble with this President at the helm.

    A Navy engineer was arrested and charged Friday with attempting to steal plans for the Navy’s most advanced aircraft carrier, now under construction at Newport News Shipbuilding.

    Mostafa Ahmed Awwad, 35, a York County, Va., resident who worked at Norfolk Naval Shipyard in Virginia, was indicted on two counts of attempted exportation of defense articles and technical data, according to a news release from U.S. Attorney Dana J. Boente. If convicted, he faces a maximum of 20 years in prison on each count.

    Awwad intended to send the schematics to Egypt, authorities said.

    Court documents describe a saga that included an FBI undercover agent posing as an Egyptian intelligence officer, a clandestine meeting in Sandy Bottom Nature Park in Hampton, a prearranged “dead drop” along a secluded hiking trail and Awwad’s alleged intention to wear a pinhole camera to photograph classified material.

    During one meeting with the undercover agent, he “discussed where to strike the vessel with a missile in order to sink it,” an affidavit states.

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