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Police in Tokyo have accused an employee with the Russian trade mission of espionage
Law enforcers in the Japanese capital claimed Thursday that an employee of a subsidiary of electronics giant Toshiba had passed on confidential documents to the Russian. A police spokesman said the documents contained information about military-applied electronic devices, including for missile guidance systems, and for fighters' radars. The Japanese man is thought to have been motivated by financial gain alone, as he is alleged to have received $10,000 for passing on the secrets. He is believed to have spent the cash in restaurants and bars. The spokesman did not disclose names, but said that the Japanese man was 30, and the Russian was 35, adding that police suspected the latter was working for the Foreign Intelligence Service.
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