An innocent man


It could have been worse.

After Keith Weissman was trapped in a Justice Department sting in 2004, he lost his job as an analyst at AIPAC, lost his livelihood, lost the pleasures afforded by access to people of influence, lost the horizon of a future. But as a part of a Washington power couple — his wife, Deborah Heilizer, worked as a securities litigation lawyer — Weissman’s sudden fall didn’t land his family on the street.

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