Well, according to Sibel Edmunds (via Larissa Alexandrovna & Brad Friedman/Bradblog), they are all deeply involved in several, on-going, long-lasting, treasons. Many are or have been be double agents for foreign powers stealing nuclear technology and passing it along to such powers as Israel, Turkey, and Pakistan.
Here's what they're accused of:
● Foreign intelligence agents from Turkey, Israel and Pakistan enlisted the support of high-level US officials in order to acquire a network of moles deep inside of sensitive American military and nuclear agencies, including "PhD students – with security clearance [at] Los Alamos nuclear laboratory in New Mexico, which is responsible for the security of the US nuclear deterrent."Follow the MONEY, folks.
● Members of the diplomatic community were given lists of potential "moles" at the sensitive installations. Edmonds tells the Times: "the lists contained all their 'hooking points', which could be financial or sexual pressure points, their exact job in the Pentagon and what stuff they had access to."
● Well-known US officials were then bribed by foreign agents to steal US nuclear secrets. One such incident from 2000 involves an agent overheard on a wiretap discussing "nuclear information that had been stolen from an air force base in Alabama," in which the agent allegedly is heard saying: "We have a package and we’re going to sell it for $250,000."
● Nuclear secrets were then subsequently sold by foreign agents to America's enemies, including Iran, North Korea and Libya.
● Pakistani officials involved in the nuclear black market network have significant cross-over with al-Qaeda and 9/11. Officials such as the chief of ISI, Pakistan's spy agency, allegedly sent $100,000 to 9/11 hijacker Mohammed Atta, and aides of A.Q. Kahn --- who had used the stolen secrets to develop nuclear weapons for Pakistan --- met with Osama bin Laden "weeks before 9/11...to discuss an Al-Qaeda nuclear device."
● Elements of the US government have repeatedly shut down investigations into these crimes under the guise of protecting "certain diplomatic relations."
● The US government has been aware of all of the above information since at least 2001.
Oh, yeah: and the dual passports.