Accused of Treason
The US Army's witch hunt for a Jewish spy
Millions of dollars spent, thousands of lives lost, and a witch hunt that continues behind government doors.
You're lying. I've gotten other Jews to confess... I'll get you to confess too.
The son of a Holocaust survivor and father of four, in 1997 he was falsely accused by the US Army of being an Israeli spy based solely upon anti-Semitic accusations from co-workers, which the government then covered up under the pretense of national security. Despite no evidence and no suspicious activity, he was accused of having dual loyalties to Israel… accused of treason.
February 1997 was the date that changed the Tenenbaum family’s lives forever.
Dr. David A. Tenenbaum is a civilian mechanical engineer who works for the Army at the TACOM base in Warren, Michigan. In 1997, after years of anti-Jewish workplace harassment, he was falsely accused of being an Israeli spy by a known anti-Semite and several other anti-Semitic coworkers. The FBI conducted a full-scale criminal investigation of Tenenbaum and his family. Months of interrogation and psychological abuse resulted in an official report that there was no evidence Tenenbaum had ever done anything wrong… Read More
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Dr. Tenenbaum has shared his story around the world. He has spoken for The Simon Wiesenthal Center in California, The Maimonides program at the University of Michigan, and Mensa, among many others. He has also delivered papers on his case and government ethics at conferences in Chicago and Mexico.
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