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Benedict Arnold and Robert Hanssen are our prototypes. France's objective in enabling Iraq to kill French citizens is to prevent them from returning to their homeland to carry out an attack.
Let's say Trump's "Nixon in mid-Watergate" approval numbers are a fluke. Let's say "the Russia thing with Trump and Russia is a made-up story.
Let's say Trump's "Nixon in mid-Watergate" approval numbers are a fluke. Let's say "the Russia thing with Trump and Russia is a made-up story.
The responses of Kelly and McMaster should come as good news to convicted spies Aldrich Ames and Robert Hanssen, who are serving life sentences for their back-channel communications with the Kremlin.
The responses of Kelly and McMaster should come as good news to convicted spies Aldrich Ames and Robert Hanssen, who are serving life sentences for their back-channel communications with the Kremlin.
Jonathan Pollard loved Israel, so he spied for them. Not all motivation is as easy to understand. Robert Hanssen and Aldrich Ames loved being weird jerks, so they spied too.
Aldrich Ames, Robert Hanssen, and Edward Howard provided the Soviet Union with information that led to the betrayal of numerous agents and the virtual destruction of espionage networks that took years to develop.
The responses of Kelly and McMaster should come as good news to convicted spies Aldrich Ames and Robert Hanssen, who are serving life sentences for their back-channel communications with the Kremlin.
Aldrich Ames, Robert Hanssen, and Edward Howard provided the Soviet Union with information that led to the betrayal of numerous agents and the virtual destruction of espionage networks that took years to develop.
The responses of Kelly and McMaster should come as good news to convicted spies Aldrich Ames and Robert Hanssen, who are serving life sentences for their back-channel communications with the Kremlin.
The responses of Kelly and McMaster should come as good news to convicted spies Aldrich Ames and Robert Hanssen, who are serving life sentences for their back-channel communications with the Kremlin.
Another important figure who does not have a monument is Robert Hanssen, an agent with the Federal Bureau of Investigation who, for 22 years, sold secrets to the Soviet Union and later the Russian Federation.
Additionally it became public that FBI agent Robert Hanssen was recruited as a spy by Russia. Mueller restored morale in the agency, and his leadership brought it to peak performance.
According to The Times, "(t)he number of American assets lost in China, officials said, rivaled those lost in the Soviet Union and Russia during the betrayals of both Aldrich Ames and Robert Hanssen, formerly of the C.I.A. and the F.B.I., who divulged ...
China's spy agency has been so aggressive in targeting the U.S. embassy in Beijing that CIA employees are afraid to talk above a whisper in their own, technologically insulated offices out of fear of bugs, according to multiple sources.
"The number of American assets lost in China," notes the Times, "rivaled those lost in the Soviet Union and Russia during the betrayals of both Aldrich Ames and Robert Hanssen, formerly of the C.I.A. and the F.B.I., who divulged intelligence operations ...
... Minggu (21/5/2017), kebocoran intelijen yang terjadi sangat merugikan AS dengan jumlah aset yang tewas dan hilang menyamai aset yang terbunuh di Uni Soviet dan Rusia setelah kebocoran yang disebabkan oleh Aldrich Ames dan Robert Hanssen.
Those losses were comparable to the number of U.S. assets lost in the Soviet Union and Russia because of the betrayals of two infamous spies, Aldrich Ames and Robert Hanssen, the report said. Western intelligence services have traditionally found it ...
The number of CIA assets lost in China rivaled those lost in the Soviet Union and Russia as a result of the betrayals by both CIA officer Aldrich Ames and FBI agent Robert Hanssen, who were arrested in 1994 and 2001, respectively, the report said. As ...
Afisa mmoja mkuu wa Marekani ameliambia gazeti hilo kuwa, hiyo ni mojawepo ya ukiukaji mkubwa wa usalama, kwa miongo kadhaa na kufananishwa na usaliti wa kutoa siri kwa Urusi na Aldrich Ames (wa CIA) na Robert Hanssen (wa FBI). Baadhi ya watu ...
The number of American assets lost in China, officials said, rivaled those lost in the Soviet Union and Russia during the betrayals of both Aldrich Ames and Robert Hanssen, formerly of the C.I.A. and the F.B.I., who divulged intelligence operations to ...
Grant's presidency was marred by political scandal, clashes with Native Americans and continued violence throughout the Reconstruction South.
His 12-year term can be characterized by various significant and turbulent times including the agency's deadly confrontation with Branch Davidians in Waco, Texas, the discovery of FBI agent-turned-Russian-spy Robert Hanssen and disclosure of documents ...
Mueller's arrival to the FBI came after turbulent times that included the agency's deadly confrontation with Branch Davidians in Waco, Texas; the discovery of FBI agent-turned-Russian-spy Robert Hanssen; and the disclosure of documents withheld from ...
Mueller's arrival to the FBI came after turbulent times that included the agency's deadly confrontation with Branch Davidians in Waco, Texas; the discovery of FBI agent-turned-Russian-spy Robert Hanssen; and the disclosure of documents withheld from ...
Good Tuesday morning from Salt Lake City. Today is the 136th day of the year. There are 229 days remaining in 2017. Today is the 117th day of Donald Trump's presidency.
The Trump administration hunkered down Monday evening following a report that President Donald Trump revealed highly classified information about the Islamic State during an already controversial Oval Office visit by Russia's foreign minister and its ...
Same goes for Aldrich Ames, a former CIA officer convicted of selling secrets to the Soviets, whose actions resulted in the execution of at least 10 Soviet officials who had been working for the U.S.
2001: Former FBI agent Robert Hanssen is indicted on charges of spying for Moscow. He later pleads guilty to 15 counts of espionage and is sentenced by a US court to life in prison without parole.
Friday's cyberattack just highlights the growing nature of the threat, and the need for much greater security. Wikileaks' March release of 7,818 web pages, called the "Vault 7," was a major development.
Indeed, other, uncontroversially guilty Spies for the USSR/Russia, like Aldrich Ames at the CIA and Robert Hanssen at the FBI, were charged with espionage but not treason, for the same reasons.
The damage wrought by former FBI agent Robert Hanssen, who spied on behalf of the Russians for 15 years, also lives in the FBI's institutional memory and makes this adversary a personal one.
The number of CIA assets lost in China rivaled those lost in the Soviet Union and Russia as a result of the betrayals by both CIA officer Aldrich Ames and FBI agent Robert Hanssen, who were arrested in 1994 and 2001, respectively, the report said. As ...
... his own problems, including criticism that FBI laxness was among the failings that allowed the September 2001 al-Qaeda attacks; the initial botching of the investigation of the 1996 Olympic games bombing in Atlanta; and the 2001 arrest of Robert ...
... agenti FBI la coraggiosa Jodie Foster cacciatrice di serial killer ne Il silenzio degli innocenti, Johnny Depp infiltrato tra i mafiosi in Donnie Brasco, Keanu Reeves detective surfista in Point Break) per colpa Dello scandalo dell'agente-spione ...
One of the most damaging double agents in modern American history, Robert Hanssen gave the Soviets, and later the Russians, thousands of pages of classified material that revealed such sensitive national security secrets as the identities of Soviets ...
2013: The final component of One World Trade Center's spire in installed, making the building once dubbed the "Freedom Tower" the tallest building in the Western Hemisphere.
... his own problems, including criticism that FBI laxness was among the failings that allowed the September 2001 al-Qaida attacks; the initial botching of the investigation of the 1996 Olympic games bombing in Atlanta; and the 2001 arrest of Robert ...
2013: The final component of One World Trade Center's spire in installed, making the building once dubbed the "Freedom Tower" the tallest building in the Western Hemisphere.
2013: The final component of One World Trade Center's spire in installed, making the building once dubbed the "Freedom Tower" the tallest building in the Western Hemisphere.
The first manufacturing building of the Western Cartridge Company was erected on the south bank of the Wood River in 1903. The Equitable Powder Manufacturing Company, first of the Olin enterprises, was built on the north side of the stream in 1892.
In real life, some of the most damaging data breaches, such as that of Soviet spy Robert Hanssen, have been caused by insiders who didn't buy into the mission of their organizations.
Born on April 18, 1944, in Chicago, Robert Philip Hanssen is a former FBI agent who spied for Soviet and Russian intelligence services against the United States for 22 years from 1979 to 2001.
In this country we had Aldrich Ames, a CIA agent who worked secretly for the Russian KGB for more than 10 years until he was arrested in 1994, and Robert Hanssen, an FBI agent who spied on the United States for the KGB for 22 years before he was caught ...
During this time, he assisted in the Robert Hanssen investigation. Montoya transferred to the Milwaukee Division in November 2002.
Former FBI Counter-intelligence Operative Eric O'Neill will deliver the closing address at this year's event. O'Neill is best known for helping to capture Robert Hanssen, the most notorious spy in United States history. The remarkable true events of ...
... O'Neill, Founder of The Georgetown Group and Former FBI Counter-terrorism and Counterintelligence Operative: A well-known Security Expert and public speaker, Eric played a critical role in capturing the most notorious spy in US history, Robert ...
... quick answers may need to take a rest. In the end, when Aldrich Ames was brought down for an incredible run of spying for Russia, it became clear that he could not have worked alone.
Both Aldrich Ames, a C.I.A. case officer, and Robert Hanssen, an F.B.I. agent, began spying for the Soviets in 1985. Both gave Moscow the names of Soviets working for the United States, but Mr. Ames and Mr. Hanssen didn't give the Russians the same ...
As an FBI operative he helped to capture one of the most notorious Spies in US history: Robert Hanssen. Hanssen, an FBI agent himself, had penetrated the FBI's computer systems for years under the radar and fooled the FBI for over 20 years while spying ...


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