A pro-Israel lobbying group says the F-B-I has subpoenaed four of its members to appear before a grand jury as part of an investigation into whether Israel improperly obtained secret U.S. information on Iran.
The American Israel Public Affairs Committee says F-B-I agents visited its offices Wednesday to serve the subpoenas. The influential lobbying group -- known as AIPAC -- also says federal agents requested additional files on two staff members whose computer files were seized in August.
The F-B-I has been investigating for several months whether a Pentagon analyst passed highly classified material about policy on Iran to Israel through AIPAC.
The lobbying group said Wednesday it has done nothing wrong, and is cooperating fully with the investigation. Israel has also denied the allegations.