When I think of spies, I think of James Bond and ninjas. It's hard for me to imagine real spies.
If you live in America, shouldn't you be loyal to this country? P. Leonardo Mascheroni, a physicist, and Marjorie Mascheroni, his wife, have been accused by the F.B.I. of trading nuclear secrets to Venezuela to aid them in their quest for nuclear weapons.
How did the F.B.I. track them? Well, allegedly, they were promised almost $800,000. I'm just wondering how on earth they suspected this particular couple? Is the United States simply paranoid now that so many countries are seeking to gain access to nuclear weapons, or are we always just on the look out for suspicious activity?
If this accusation is eventually proven to be true, I will personally feel insulted. I feel like people aren't proud of the United States. Whether or not it be in regards to spies or even criticism of the country, if you live here, you're choosing to live here.