Jane Harman is a leading voice for Democrats on intelligence and homeland security issues. She is resgning to become CEO of the Woodrow Wilson Center,
CQ's sources, and other sources in a New York Times article, say that Harman was caught on the wiretap of an suspected Israeli agent who promised to lobby Bush administration officials to reduce the charges against two members of the American Israeli Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) accused of spying.
The suspected agent promised to help Harman get appointed chairman of the House Intelligence Committee.
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