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I remembered Aldrich Ames was in the CIA when I was. I talked to my neighbor and we attended. I was to learn so much more about American spies, but my attention went to Ames. He was only two years older than me and had joined the agency a few years before I did. While I was there, however, Ames ...
"Some of the stuff that we look at now has been in place since [Aldrich] Ames and [Robert] Hanssen and the way our adversaries acted a long time ago," he said, adding that some of those processes no longer hold as much investigative value and are contributing to the backlog. In particular, he cited ...

(CNN) -- Here is a look at some US citizens who have been convicted of spying against the United States. Aldrich Ames:1962 - Aldrich Ames, son of a CIA analyst, joins the agency as a low-level documents analyst. 1967-1968 - Enters the Career Trainee Program at the CIA and becomes an operations ...
Indeed, two key American agents, Aldrich Ames and Robert Hanssen served both Soviet and Russian spymasters. While those two traitors were, thankfully, identified and brought to justice, they have surely since been replaced by other Americans willing to betray our country on Russia's behalf. As former ...
When the U.S. arrested C.I.A. officer Aldrich Ames in 1994 and F.B.I. agent Robert P. Hanssen in 2001 for selling secrets to the Russians, it also expelled Russian diplomats. There have been even more such tit-for-tat expulsions in the Obama-Trump era, including the December 2016 ejection of thirty-five ...
From the 20th century to the present, Russia has been the primary beneficiary of American espionage. Here's a look at the most memorable offenders, from Aldrich Ames of the CIA to Robert Hanssen of the FBI. Alexa Ard / McClatchy ...

The multiyear operation was compromised separately, by two CIA officers: Aldrich Ames, who shared general information about the operation, and Edward Lee Howard, who upon his defection shared more specific information, allowing the then KGB counterintelligence department to locate the device ...
The coordinated expulsion on Monday of 60 Russians from the United States and more than 30 from across Europe in response to the March 4 poisoning of a former Russian spy and his daughter in Britain echoes past espionage feuds between Washington and Moscow. For the United States, such moves ...
Politics & Government · Ego, money and politics: Americans who spied for Russia. From the 20th century to the present, Russia has been the primary beneficiary of American espionage. Here's a look at the most memorable offenders, from Aldrich Ames of the CIA to Robert Hanssen of the FBI. Two young ...
Britain's foreign minister said Sunday that he has evidence Russia has been stockpiling a nerve agent in violation of international law "very likely for the purposes of assassination." Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson said the trail of blame for the poisoning of former Russian spy Sergei Skripal and his ...

After Stalin, money became a more frequent motivation for U.S. intelligence double agents, as with Aldrich Ames and Robert Hanssen. But even then, ideology was still a common driver, especially for those who went to work for Cuba, East Germany or China. Disgruntlement and a desire for revenge ...
Russian media reported that he may have provided information leading to the capture of Robert Hanssen and Aldrich Ames, two of the most damaging spies caught in the US. GENNADY VASILENKO. The former KGB officer employed as a security officer by Russia's NTV television was arrested in 2005.
Rochford's supervisor instructed him to go to the air base, meet a CIA analyst named Aldrich Ames, and find out what this defector knew. Rochford was a young agent, 30 years old, with a working knowledge of Russian. After arriving at Andrews, he discovered that the defector's plane had already landed ...
When the U.S. arrested C.I.A. officer Aldrich Ames in 1994 and F.B.I. agent Robert P. Hanssen in 2001 for selling secrets to the Russians, it also expelled Russian diplomats. There have been even more such tit-for-tat expulsions in the Obama-Trump era, including the December 2016 ejection of thirty-five ...
Women have also played major roles in two key moments in the agency's history: They led the team that identified Aldrich Ames as one of the agency's most notorious Russian moles; and they also dominated the group known as Alec Station that had been established in the years before the Sept.
Relations between Britain and Russia plunged Wednesday to a chilly level not seen since the Cold War as Prime Minister Theresa May expelled 23 diplomats, severed high-level contacts and vowed both open and covert action against Kremlin meddling after the poisoning of a former spy. Russia said it ...
In 1985 CIA officer, Aldrich Ames, also began working for the KGB and gave away Polyakov's identity, not knowing that someone had beaten him to it. Because Polyakov was arrested in 1986 and executed in 1988, Ames, who was revealed as a double agent in 1994, was originally blamed for Polyakov's ...


 

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