Information about his arrest and conviction was kept secret within 10 years The most high-ranking Soviet spy detained in Israel, Marcus Klingberg, will be released from under house arrest in two weeks. Marcus Klingberg, 84, has been serving his 20-year sentence for revelation of Israel’s secrets to the Soviet Union. He has been under house arrest since 1998. The punishment was commuted for house arrest because of the prisoner’s poor health: he had suffered from several cerebral hemorrhages by 1998
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