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The other mole was an FBI special agent named Robert Hanssen. Both were now providing the KGB with secret reports on the Yurchenko case. In other words, the KGB had ears inside the Virginia safe house. The safe house, unbeknownst to the Americans, was compromised. This didn't mean there was ...

There's Robert Hanssen, the KGB spy who managed to work for the FBI for 22 years before getting caught. And there are ordinary heroes, too, like the Associated Press journalists whose Pulitzer-winning investigation broke up a slavery ring aboard American fishing boats using satellites and other spy ...
Current tenants include Kaczynski, shoe bomber Richard Reid, Oklahoma City accomplice Terry Nichols and Soviet spy Robert Hanssen. Inmates are kept in solitary confinement for up to 23 hours a day, with one hour of recreation in a bigger cell. For at least the first three years, prisoners are not allowed ...
F.B.I. turncoats like Robert Hanssen and Earl Pitts went undetected for years, costing "hundreds of millions of dollars" and the lives of a "dozen or more foreign agents who worked for the bureau and the C.I.A.". The best terror informant the bureau actually had was dropped for fear that he might be a double ...
The question was simple enough: What famous person would you like to meet, and why? Devin Roughan's answer was sophisticated. The Point Pleasant Beach high school junior responded to the Asbury Park Press' student Voices essay contest by choosing Ted Kaczynski, the Unabomber. "A genius ...

He wrote up a review and passed it onto his lawyer, Plato Cacheris, who happened to be friends with Safire, and who would later go on to defend former FBI agent-turned-Russian mole Robert Hanssen. The CIA, amazingly, gave Ames the green light and allowed him to publish it. Safire told Cacheris to fax ...
Former Fresno police Deputy Chief Keith Foster, who is spending his first week at the federal prison in Florence, Colorado, is now a neighbor of some of the nation's most notorious criminals. Foster was sentenced in November to four years in prison on charges of conspiring to peddle heroin and marijuana ...
Following the conviction of former FBI agent Robert Hanssen for espionage, then-FBI director William Webster chose Harmon to lead an investigation into the bureau's security programs. Harmon specializes in Foreign Corrupt Practices Act cases, and has written extensively on FCPA enforcement issues.
Collectively, the losses are considered the worst for US intelligence since Aldrich Ames of the CIA and the FBI's Robert Hanssen passed secrets to the Russians two decades ago. A taskforce called honey Badger was set up to find the Chinese mole. Now some in the CIA believe it may have finally found ...
Collectively, the losses are considered the worst for US intelligence since Aldrich Ames of the CIA and the FBI's Robert Hanssen passed secrets to the Russians two decades ago. A taskforce called honey Badger was set up to find the Chinese mole. Now some in the CIA believe it may have finally found ...
He spent 28 years at the CIA's National Clandestine Service and has extensive experience in Russia, and also in counter-espionage against Spies for Russia, like former FBI agent Robert Hanssen. And, I'm joined by my friend Marcy Wheeler who is perhaps the most dogged investigative researcher I know.
OffiCIAls said the number of informants lost in China rivaled losses in the Soviet Union and Russia during the betrayals of both Aldrich Ames and Robert Hanssen, formerly of the CIA and the FBI. They divulged intelligence operations to Moscow for years. The CIA declined to comment on Lee's arrest.
The late FBI director J. Edgar Hoover encouraged agents to have outside hobbies and interests, Droujinsky said. "You never knew when something might come in handy," he said. Droujinsky knew - and was identified to the Soviets by - FBI agent Robert Hanssen, a Vienna resident who was convicted in ...
Al Capone, John Dillinger, Bonnie and Clyde, Machine gun Kelly, "Pretty Boy" Floyd, "baby Face" Nelson, John Gotti, Alger Hiss (Soviet spy), Julius and Ethel Rosenberg (Soviet Spies), Rudolph Abel (Soviet spy), Robert Hanssen (Soviet spy), Aldrich Ames (Soviet spy), the Unabomber, the Watergate ...
Though the KGB never knew B's name, the envelope nevertheless contained a smoking gun: Fefelov's 1986 recording. Two FBI employees played the tape and recognized the voice of their colleague, Robert Hanssen. FBI offiCIAls were stunned. For months, they had investigated an innocent CIA officer, ...
Eric O'Neill was once a counterterrorism operative for the FBI, where he played a major role in capturing the spy Robert Hanssen (his boss at the FBI, whom he was hired to spy on--for more on that, check out his Wikipedia page). His role in capturing Hanssen became the subject of the movie Breach ...

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 spying for the U.S., specifics about America's nuclear ...
Despite detailed information from the FBI field offices in both Phoenix and Minnesota, FBI headquarters ignored the warnings that could have prevented 9/11. At one time, the premier spy catchers in the world, the counterintelligence division of the FBI had been filled with political hacks. Robert Hanssen, the ...
On one side, we're introduced to the incredible stories of some of the greatest, and most infamous, names in the history of spying -- from World War II codebreaker Alan Turing to daring undercover operative Virginia Hall to Soviet FBI mole Robert Hanssen -- and can get up close to artifacts including ...
... other things, Barna noted Ellard's past work as counsel to the congressional inquiry into the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, and as chief of staff to the presidential commission that examined counterintelligence programs in light of the espionage conducted by former FBI agent Robert Hanssen.
When FBI special agent Robert Hanssen was revealed to have committed espionage against the United States, it didn't mean that even one other member of the bureau was guilty of Hanssen's sins, but it did require a painstaking review of all of Hanssen's activities and inputs, as all of them had to be ...
I also do not think law enforcement should rely on polygraphs. Dennis Rader, the BTK Strangler; Gary Ridgeway, the Green River Killer; and Robert Hanssen, someone in the FBI's leadership who spied for the Russians, all passed the polygraph. After that, they were not considered persons of interest for ...
Traitor spy Robert Hanssen. Zacarias Moussaoui of the 9/11 attacks. The latest addition to this veritable legion of doom? Florida conman Jimmy ...
... Katrina fraud, American Traitor Robert Hanssen, Undercover FBI agent Joseph Pistone, the KKK, and the Anthrax Attacks post 9/11.
Two FBI employees played the tape and recognized the voice of their colleague, Robert Hanssen. FBI officials were stunned. For months, they ...
Nov. 11 is veterans Day, which originated as "Armistice Day" on Nov. 11, 1919, the first anniversary of the end of World War I. Congress passed a resolution in 1926 for an annual observance, and Nov. 11 became a national holiday beginning in 1938. You might want to stop by the Cordova Public Library ...
spy Handler; a memoir of a KGB Officer: the true story of the man who recruited Robert Hanssen and Aldrich Ames. By Victor Cherkashin.
... enviable position of having two highly placed Spies inside the U.S. national security apparatus - Aldrich Ames at CIA and Robert Hanssen at ...
... such as Aldrich Ames, Nidal Malik Hasan, and Robert Hanssen all continue to live their lives in supermax prisons at the taxpayers' expense.
... other Spies could leave information--drops that Barsky believes the KGB wanted to use for notorious spies Robert Hanssen or Aldrich Ames.
Eric O'Neill was once a counterterrorism operative for the FBI, where he played a major role in capturing the spy Robert Hanssen (his boss at ...
One of the most damaging double agents in modern American history, Robert Hanssen gave the Soviets, and later the Russians, thousands of ...
Hanssen received payments of $1.4 million in cash and diamonds from the information he gave the Soviet Union and Russia. Two movies have been made about Robert Hanssen. A TV movie called "Master spy: The Robert Hanssen Story" was released in 2002. A feature film called "Breach" was released ...
He is survived by his wife, Connie; two daughters, Kaitlynne and Emilee Piepiora, both of Paris; a stepson, Stephen Carmon of Knoxville, Tenn.; his parents, Rosemary and Robert Hanssen of Sarasota, Fla.; and a sister, Kris Piepiora of Massachusetts. Pallbearers will be Mike McLaughlin, Anthony Morris, ...
It took the FBI nearly two decades to find Robert Hanssen, arguably the worst spy in U.S. history. Hanssen spied for the Russians from within the FBI for nearly 22 years before we caught him. Catching a trusted insider requires patience, diligence and plenty of time. In the case of the NSA and CIA, we may ...
... that the Bureau "include any records relating to the transfer and/or sale of PROMIS and/or PROMIS-derivatives between Robert Hanssen and ...
Even after that, expulsions picked up again, when in 2001 Robert Hanssen, a senior FBI agent, was discovered to have been a Russian spy.
The arrest of FBI special agent Robert Hanssen also uncovered an elaborate effort by the FBI and NSA to tunnel under the Russian embassy ...
The arrest of FBI special agent Robert Hanssen also uncovered an elaborate effort by the FBI and NSA to tunnel under the Russian embassy ...
... in helping to bring an espionage case to trial involved working closely with the FBI on the 2001 arrest of FBI special agent Robert Hanssen.
... in helping to bring an espionage case to trial involved working closely with the FBI on the 2001 arrest of FBI special agent Robert Hanssen.
... the Bush administration expelled fifty alleged Russian spies after the F.B.I. discovered that one of its own agents, Robert Hanssen, had been ...
The law-enforcement agency was undergoing some soul-searching after the 2001 arrest of FBI agent Robert Hanssen on espionage charges.
Robert Hanssen. Aldrich Ames. Those are just two of the faces peering out from a mock-up "Wall of Shame" of double agents and leakers that ...
... round of diplomatic expulsions was in 2001, when the U.S. government kicked out 51 Russian diplomats over the Robert Hanssen spy case.
Former FBI operative Eric O'Neill, who helped catch FBI double agent Robert Hanssen, said in 2010 that it's unusual for spies serving overseas ...
Eric O'Neill was once a counterterrorism operative for the FBI, where he played a major role in capturing the spy Robert Hanssen (his boss at ...
One of the most damaging double agents in modern American history, Robert Hanssen gave the Soviets, and later the Russians, thousands of ...
Born on April 18, 1944, in Chicago, Robert Philip Hanssen is a former FBI agent who spied for Soviet and Russian intelligence services against ...


 

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