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On fox five and sometimes -- sex.
Fiery redhead James Bond spy that they had all of our fantasies.
Sometimes they're not a sprint aims to sit down.
Russian sly fox files goes inside the world of the company where Russian -- can be your next door neighbor who was just the shock.
Why is this man still living in America.
He held for 9/11 hijackers who slam flight 77 into the Pentagon.
-- -- -- -- -- I'm Bill Hemmer and that's next on Blogspot.
-- twelve years.
It's a -- yeah.
3000 people died in New York City.
At the Pentagon -- in -- field in Shanksville Pennsylvania after her planes were hijacked by nineteen -- But for this -- daily Cheney on his alleged goes on here in America.
She does it isn't known associate of hijackers in a waffle hugs me and honey hon George.
-- -- play 77 into the Pentagon can help them.
Stay under the radar.
That's correct he system that numerous occasions in important situations trainers in this country.
For over a decade the US government has spent more than a half a million dollars trying to deport him.
But has had no success with nearly 400000.
People waiting for US citizenship.
In November 2012 she doesn't receive political asylum for the third time.
Soft a face to Americans especially.
The victims of 9/11 in the family.
This case is personal for former -- -- criminal investigator Jim bush.
And retired FBI special agent Bob -- Penske 3000 people -- he played a very small part.
He was definitely part of that conspiracy.
From the beginning and that.
He wouldn't really give up anything nothing -- nothing about we do that.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- There's something wrong.
Don't say and so ironically the United States in July 2000 from Saudi Arabia and settled into the Middle Eastern community and -- Paterson, New Jersey.
Remember -- this is where eleven of the nineteen hijackers passed through before the 9/11 attacks.
Paterson is really the launching pad.
For the plot yes it's the only place we can actually connect we can't put them altogether though one time -- on one meeting place.
As -- blended in the community.
And it's here that -- on cement up and lived with another key facilitator of the hijackers a Jordanian named any on Albert baba.
He remains a secret of 9/11 as Fox News first reported two years ago he -- illegal driver's -- -- in New Jersey Connecticut and Virginia.
And it departments in all three states.
He was part of -- criminal network and Paterson.
No chance we had -- -- Have but he was always very well especially the part of the big shot on the street.
Months before the attacks chaos who has -- job.
Suddenly decides to -- Patterson he tells his roommate to move within here to Falls Church, Virginia.
And almost immediately they make contact with the teen mom at this mosque.
On more all lucky.
Yes that in -- -- lucky.
The now dead American born terrorists who became the first American to be targeted for death by the CIA.
Besides the must see -- -- on his new circle of friends and neighbors including future flight 77 hijackers no -- Paul -- -- -- pilot tiny Honduras.
She also made a point to tell his roommate he goes he -- at the mosque.
-- about returns home to you to the hijackers.
And that's the first time that we know if that coach Johnson met the hijackers what did -- to -- for the hijackers in Virginia got an important -- to them into an apartment down there both.
It's chaos and the Jordanian tell you.
They are not religious people.
Yet for some reason they go to Anwar Al -- -- Now.
It seems like it's by design I remember many times shaking my head we're moving forward get more information getting deeper and deeper involved.
Blue cow ski and bush still believe that that there is an unknown relationship between a -- teaching us and his roommate on her -- Any sign of the hijackers were tied to these men then finally I think.
Mission report is suppose to be the road map for 9/11 if there's not one reference.
To the Syrian in this book.
-- -- was still being a little bit investigated at the time when we were interviewed by the 9/11 commission I guess they believe that our Bob was more of the leader.
But we found out -- he was more than one it was just being told what to do he was doing the legwork and the Syrian was calling the strengths capture appears that way.
We went back to look at what's -- it's -- those two years ago.
When we first -- him down living in Paterson, New Jersey.
FBI -- that you're not particularly religiously and as mr.
Obama and saying why would you go to -- wants.
A couple wheels up while I -- out of them off I got I awful.
I think one.
How vulnerable we won't give it -- -- And -- -- and bush are still hunted by this piece of evidence when he was arrested his car we found booklets flight.
Information from Denver airport where -- know honey -- your.
Yeah and the pilot practice that up.
Could he explain why he had the flight pamphlets you know they got there.
A good chance to get asylum.
He knew what present what not to present he's got contacts with the hijackers the FBI.
Had been all over him like a rash.
Yet the immigration judge doesn't know that's who dropped the ball.
We don't know.
This is the 2000 into court document in which US immigration judge Amy Garcia great Dick Cheney on a silent.
Ruling that he belonged to a social group of people who are hopelessly in debt.
She even helped him fill out the application.
It's in her hand writing I think it was unusual for a federal judge to grant him asylum.
Based upon his being a member of a social group called hopeless a -- Judge in junior Paula Tonto was a Superior Court Judge in New Jersey for eight years.
And he is currently a senior judicial analyst for Fox News.
It's the federal judge concluded that he would be tortured or killed.
If he went back there in.
She -- -- was free to live in this country but 2007 the FBI claims that chassis is a danger to national security.
To -- that was connected to the hijackers.
Imported immigration appeals reopens -- -- -- case.
And this time she -- -- high powered pro Bono attorneys from the New York City law firm Cleary Gottlieb Steen and Hamilton -- beautifully this system.
But he has attorneys working for.
Despite numerous requests five -- -- for an interview or written statement.
Another two young -- nor his attorneys -- speak to us and now after five years of motions and appeals.
You know rulings on the day before Valentine's Day 23 team.
The board of immigration ruled that -- piazza will never be deported five the united.
States we've talked to a lot of investigators -- -- years investigators never America never got enough and that from Africa.
Conservative friends -- -- us it's a different story.
His roommate AI -- Bob well was deported to Jordan in 2003.
On Marlon lucky was killed in a CIA drone strike in Yemen in 2011.
-- 9/11 victims' families still await justice Gionta is still living in Paterson, New Jersey.
Facilitated the moves and protection of the whole flight service.
-- we prove that quarterly loss you know but there are other remedies.
To -- that's what should have been done in this case.
Coming up did come over just assumed that identities of dead Americans.
-- to build a nice family it really shows you.
How far they're willing to go.
To fit in.
It's the second oldest profession.
And that's always going to be among us traditional espionage economic espionage.
Hundreds of cyber attacks -- -- military units this isn't a direct.
That's the easiest way to find out.
Who the -- Box files goes inside espionage.
The new Cold War.
The FBI arrested ten members of the suspected Russian spy ring Russia continues to send spies to the US undercover secret agent the Russian government.
It was story right out of the Cold War unknown to the high spread across America from the big cities to go quiet suburb.
The FBI and the Department of Justice revealed operation ghost stories the arrest of a network of Russian spies living and working in America somewhere sleeper agents with -- deep covers.
Hiding behind fake American Identity news.
In the world of the clandestine services.
They're called illegals.
And illegals have been an intricate mysterious part.
The Soviet system since the creation of the KGB veteran journalist and author Peter -- has written numerous books about the history of espionage.
Cash because of the Cold War they took an incredible amount.
Work falsified documents and diligence.
To get these people out.
From behind the iron curtain and infiltrate them in our society.
-- the words that come over they've assumed another identity in this case potentially identities of passed away or dead Americans Bob Anderson has been with the FBI for nineteen years and today serves as the assistant director for counterintelligence.
They then take that identity and persona over.
Oh this is the famous or infamous Murphy house bureau left.
-- you seem to be sure you know a nice family.
Two of them use their real names Macau's amend drone and on a Jackman once the Soviet Union -- And there was this flood of Russian immigrants to the United States they're Russians are everywhere.
The reason Anna Chapman got so much attention is because she kind of embellish the whole fiery redhead sex he.
James Bond spy that they had all of our fantasy.
The there is something about the whole James Bond insurer asked exotic.
That captivates us.
In Russia espionage is often a family business and for young on a -- -- it appears this was no different.
There are reports her father was a high ranking officer in the KGB.
Year old on a traveled to England where she met and quickly when it -- -- dashing englishman named.
This steamy marriage would not last however and after divorcing in 2006.
And -- Chapman arrived in New York City.
It was in this luxury high rise in New York's financial district.
-- -- made her home.
The lavish building is a former bank.
With art Deco touches and marble hallways it's a building where newcomers could make contact with ambitious young people.
Here's on -- on the roof of the building being interviewed about her life in Manhattan.
America a free country and here it is easiest -- most successful people in the world.
-- tried to fit right there with Manhattan so.
When not working on herself startup companies the red head was down on the ten.
Meanwhile twenty year old McConnell some income was making friends and establishing his credentials in Washington DC yeah.
Even used to photograph of himself in front of the White House.
-- his Linkedin page.
Little did the young -- know they were both under surveillance by FBI counterintelligence.
And you know it's almost every facet of her life.
-- they were -- when -- this -- came when they went.
According to the criminal complaint on -- had extensive use of private wireless networks in this surveillance video.
The FBI records on -- casually shopping in a New York department store just outside.
A Russian officials stands ready to exchange information.
So what they do is they set up their formations -- that they can then burst transmit this information.
Meaning that you and I don't have to cast by each other by more than five or ten seconds.
And all that information whether it's two words here are fifty pages.
It's in downloaded to the other individual the FBI also went undercover.
For operation ghost story this video shows -- and then Killen a part in Arlington Virginia concealing an envelope with 5000 dollars cash underneath the -- he was instructed to do so by an FBI agent.
Posing as a fellow Russian -- We had -- illegals -- -- turnaround from just about every manner you can conceivably think and a and that -- or in America for just a few years.
Others were here long term.
Had a bright -- -- -- balances in place for almost ten years.
Beautiful Montclair New Jersey the all American town is an idyllic suburb less than eighteen miles from New York City.
-- in the upper Montclair New Jersey and Marquette road.
We live -- 37.
-- cycle low has lived in this town for more than forty years.
Who's the pretty town wonderful pull over time because it was -- -- would -- -- sex -- especially great place.
To bring up kids.
In 2008 Allen's neighbors who -- did 31 Marquette road we're moving.
We have -- going away party for a long time neighbors who have lived in the seniors.
And they sets all of us all you'll love -- certainly the people who bought the house hopefully you'll get to know them is too great for him.
The family was this couple Richard and Cynthia Murphy.
Along with third two children.
Just seem to be you know a nice family she was working in a fairly high powered job in the financial field in the city.
I'm not sure he ever.
Developers say you could tell in her speaking voice that it's sounded somewhat foreign.
Maybe eastern European.
That was because the Murphy's were actually -- -- and -- Gloria.
Too deep cover spies in the US for almost fifteen years it really sure rouge you.
How far they're willing to go to fit in and become somebody that you -- trusted member of your community that's the key.
Trust gives you access access gives you information which can potentially power the FBI decrypt it a message sent to the Murphy's from Moscow.
It reads you were sent to USA for long term service trip -- education.
Bank accounts car house etc.
All of these serve one goal.
To fill your main mission to develop ties in policymaking.
Circles in the US and send intelligence reports -- -- For almost a decade the FBI took numerous surveillance photos of Richard Murphy with other Russian spies and recorded this video of him meeting a fellow Russian and Mikhail -- and -- was living near Washington DC.
Under the name Michaels a -- The Murphy's the toll and the other illegals live in various cities throughout the United States.
They pursued academic degrees and held jobs in banking and Telecom.
Donald he's field and Tracie -- and -- also known as Andre does root cause.
And -- above the eleventh even groomed their son to become a -- can we say long term.
It's thirty years just kids it's get your second generation into the United States.
There is full -- -- for all these local Montclair police because.
And FBI agents coming in and out of their house that was just -- shock.
-- -- In the television series the Americans Keri Russell and Matthew Reese play Russian spies living under deep cover as a suburban couple.
This series was inspired by the FBI's operation ghost stories which revealed a Russian spy -- here in America.
One of the things that we look for in this entire investigation it is we have the entire network and that's what you're trying to weave together with the -- balances.
Whether to surveillance of a site -- money -- -- walking past each other information or money or sitting in a coffee shop with a computer.
It was inside this Starbucks right near time square here in New York City went on -- shop and met with an undercover FBI agent.
But posing as a Russian spy.
The -- talked about future espionage operations.
And honest said she was ready to act.
Here's video of the June 26 2010 meeting.
They spoke about obtaining fraudulent passports.
And on -- produced her broken computer.
The one she used for Covert communications.
One of the things we look forward from when is that line or that red line we won't let the illegal operation cross vs the security of this nation.
One day after the Starbucks meeting the FBI decided to act.
It was a Sunday night and we'd gone out to dinner in town and came back amid the usual left hand turn around Marquette road and fairness and when things were released local Montclair.
-- -- And -- feel like coming in and out of their house and.
Just -- They were all arrested and formally prosecuted and actually pled guilty to the charges just two weeks later a classic scenes straight from the Cold War played out in Vienna Austria.
Here's video of the ten Russian spies being exchanged at the airport for four Russians accused of spying for the -- -- Why hasn't changed about its mind today.
How we catch each other's minds -- the illegal showed that.
In the end it was one of their own people who gave them.
There has been only one case that I know -- where detective work.
Identified the trader.
And it was a case that involved treason enough highest echelons of American power.
And the trader with CIA officer Aldrich games.
And I would never want to see.
Or speak to him again I have nothing to say to him to waste of my time and -- Sandy Grimes is a 26 year veteran of the CIA.
She worked as an analyst against the Communist regimes of the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe she co authored with fellow analysts -- -- offense.
The book circle of treason.
We wanted to tell the story.
Of what became known as -- and small -- -- and identifying -- are -- It's not a -- for the CIA and roughly 65.
And I volunteered.
Boston native Paul Redmond was of foreign intelligence officer with the CIA GA for over thirty years working mainly for the Soviet and east European or SE division.
-- division was trying to steal secrets from essentially the Warsaw pact.
Rusher and all that he is -- European countries -- handled the information that came in from normal political yeah.
It was from the second.
Month I -- that agency that my career was intertwined with his and that lasted.
Probably fifteen years.
There and in 1921.
Dmitry probably -- -- for the red army during World War II.
And after the war -- Soviet military intelligence stone is grew.
In the early 1960s he contacted the Americans with an offer to work as a source.
-- Lose his incentive he was not in it for cash we never paid him more than about a thousand dollars each year.
Over time it always boils down to collecting the money.
With some exceptions for the cup was -- huge exception he was the crown -- and Soviet operations he went.
From lieutenant colonel -- full colonel and finally general.
He was the highest ranking -- -- intelligence officer.
This country has ever run gave information in this what was his principal way of doing and photograph.
Everything that came across this desk and and additionally in Moscow.
We had no personal meetings and so it was a serious.
We had schedules.
And -- -- signal.
We agree we -- the drop and -- drop which contained.
I don't know how many canisters change.
A film a film.
By the mid 1980s.
The world began to see cracks in the iron curtain mr.
-- down this wall.
So the beginning -- 1985.
Business was wonderful for CIA and particularly the Soviet division.
That we business is booming we knew more about the KGB and -- -- you than perhaps any single individual in them.
The CIA didn't have one station in Moscow history.
We had to traditional ones in our embassy.
We had one KGB headquarters and we had one can -- you had.
We had so many sources you have that country wire we had it covered and it was against that backdrop.
That we had known -- I repeat no indication.
None of what was about to happen.
The CIA discovers it has a major problem has lost all of its assets I mean people are disappearing.
Topping the box office was the the movie back -- the future terrorist hijacked the ocean liner Achille -- and from London the live eight concert was beamed around the world.
With the CIA in Langley Virginia it was known as the year of the spot.
There was always despised for one reason or another we're exposed the walker crowd was exposed to -- thing blew out.
Howard blows up big time also your check.
At all but -- spy case.
And that's why it's it's.
But behind these -- lines a quiet devastation was occurring at the agency.
-- had sources.
That were either arrested or disappeared that's correct.
-- KK GB officer Paulus duke is arrested in Moscow on homely.
Sometime between the end of August in the beginning of October another one of our sources Smith -- Is also arrested then November 6 1985.
Officer named Martina we've never seen Martina again.
Also -- KGB officers need to -- Just a few months later general Dmitry -- -- also disappeared in Moscow.
Those cases where.
The CIA -- -- felt like.
They couldn't keep anybody safe.
This had never ever happened before it was unprecedented what did you think obviously there was a serious problem.
There -- two theories one we have a traitor.
Or to their reading.
It would take seven years before sandy.
Paul and the rest of the CIA discovered that one of the worst traitors and American history was their colleague Aldrich emails.
Fascinating to me.
Pete -- spend fifty hours interviewing Aldrich -- in jail after his arrest and wrote about the experience in his book confessions of the spy.
Here is audio of teams from that interview.
Okay we're back culture the culture.
-- He seemed like just an every day Washington career.
He had been a carpool partner of mine.
In the mid seventies and it you know a year or so carpooling with someone five days a week you do learn a lot about him.
Wisconsin native Bulger chain's first passion was drama but when that did not work out this failed actor joined the agency full time in 1967.
By the early 1980s.
It was close to her colleague.
I like train.
He was a happy go lucky he was.
Absolutely perfect -- dirty fingernails his hair was never cone is sure it was never talk -- him he was late for everything whether it's driving.
-- -- we were driving.
He smoked all the time he had bad team and he's kinda guy had broken eyeglasses I found them.
So -- Given by my American standards.
Early in his career Ames was tasked with targeting Soviet intelligence officers for recruitment he did a lousy job he wasn't good at.
Convincing people to betray their country -- develop relationships of people and that's not work.
-- social awkwardness however did not hinder his ability for extramarital affairs in 1981 while stationed in Mexico City undercover -- -- State Department diplomat he met a fiery Colombian cultural attache.
Gamers are you -- do -- -- Dario as a person of high opinions.
And there was no one in her lightly she had a higher opinion of that herself.
And cable subscribers mean she was one at the meanest.
Woman on the face of the earth.
She paraded Rick.
All the time after two years in Mexico City games was reassigned back -- CIA headquarters in Virginia he divorced his wife.
And Mary bizarre you know bill and unsuccessful recruiter.
Ames was good at one thing he really understood Russia so his real talent became.
And understanding the Russian people.
Dealing with Russians who were.
Very difficult to deal with -- in 1993 he became chief counterintelligence.
And the first thing he did was he familiarize himself with every case.
He had access to all the names he knew all about the Covert operations but -- Mario was becoming a severe financial burden.
She spent -- -- -- I mean you couldn't keep up with her spending and there was no way that McCain's was going to be able.
-- up for this woman on AGS fourteen salary so he went looking for revenue so he went looking for revenue.
He was developing a contact me so be it arms control -- name to -- can.
Who was assigned to the Soviet embassy in Washington DC.
It was was doing what a lot of us did guerrilla targets and who a lot of us did it -- to get out of the prescription bureaucracy.
Think -- -- hand and the real business -- sanctioned by the CIA and sanctioned by the FBI.
And -- Reported each encounter with two -- to each organization.
So there there was nothing unusual about it.
-- called signature boxing goes can't talk to you can't talk to you can't talk you bricks attempts to.
Get to -- -- out for drinks I think he'd been turned down to a three times finally gets to -- -- degree of meeting at a restaurant.
It was at the Mayflower Hotel.
Chirac and was a -- show up again.
So Rick after two or three practice said well.
I'll just walk to the Soviet embassy walked through the door and that's -- how I will volunteer and that's indeed what he did because.
After that to -- and all of a sudden started.
Being responsive to mix -- Four elections ultimately he gave up virtually almost all of -- Soviets -- was knowing that those people are either going to be executed.
Or at least to -- Ames' betrayal unleashed a bloodbath in Russia.
This video shows the rest -- general -- caught by the KGB in 1986.
Another man paid off poker -- Was also film being arrested on a road outside Moscow.
Overall it's believed at least ten Russians were executed because it aims treachery.
-- damage was really in human life how much money did he make.
Off he received.
On the hill three.
And one point three million and then I think that there was another million waiting for him in the Soviet Union in case.
He had to run there.
With his ill gotten cash Ames and his new wife.
Were you living it up the old slop with the until -- -- was no more.
Beautifully while it's wonderful students he was.
-- again it was just a different person.
Totally different personality.
And it was this new rich who would come under scrutiny when news agency went looking for a trader with -- In the mid 1980s almost all the CIA Soviet sources and informants had disappeared.
For almost five years they search for traitor within I've often wondered why it took so long.
Catchings and the only explanation I can come up with that since he's -- -- officers.
Smart people dedicated people but they have lived through what they viewed the awful era of Angleton.
The infamous Jane was Jesus Angleton was CIA director of counterintelligence.
For twenty years until 1974.
He was the inspiration for them Matt -- character in the movie the good chip.
James Jesus Angleton had almost destroyed the agency looking for bulls that didn't exist.
He was paranoid about it -- convince the Russians had plans.
That word fair.
-- the agency didn't want to go through that again.
It was CIA analyst gene -- effect.
Who in 1991 made it her mission to find -- more.
She asked if she could take one more look at our 85 problem.
Because she felt guilty that she hadn't come up with an answer.
It's a great so let's do it what got sandy Grimes who might do and adored and she's Smart wonderfully.
Boy -- and discreet.
He calls me and asked me if I would like to join gene flow through the started out.
Doing it several days later threatened went to the FBI.
And Paul happened to mention to our bureau colleagues that team is gonna take another look.
At what occurred and they said well -- together or we said let's do it together.
The bureau says I went down hat -- bit cold day in hell has -- bureau.
Both G insanity we're brutally it'll actually -- us.
I would occasionally bring ideas over the -- -- tried to pin down what the source of the losses.
Could they have gotten into our station.
-- -- Moscow.
Could they have been reading our track.
Could they have put a spy deaths which is that correct it tracking chemical hunt -- bulls we use.
At first task was to identify those people who had access to information about one or more -- -- cases.
That list was.
Over a 160.
And of those names how did you assign more importance or less importance each individual.
We had the four members of our task force as well as six others including two from the FBI.
Five or six people who bothered them for what ever reason.
They were asked to put these people and rank order the one who -- to the most first.
Second third fourth and fifth where did it Aldrich Ames rank on your list.
I had a number one why the change -- -- the fact that he had so much -- something was wrong.
Was -- aware of your task force oh yes we didn't hide it.
From any -- that fact.
That we were searching for.
Traders and CIA later after the arrest.
Early asked Iranians what he -- to the task.
And he said because I love sitting at my desk.
Watching sandy Bryan Myers watching -- verdict today watching -- -- -- running around trying to catch this bond.
Didn't -- you know there's -- games he's in nobody's.
I was pulling all the strengths and they had no clue and I loved that.
-- following the money they're putting all this together but there is no smoking gun.
Until about August of 1992.
Something clicked at that point and put all his contacts with two -- All of his lunch meeting sandy was finally able to compare -- bank accounts and his meetings -- you -- And I couldn't believe what they saw.
June Rick -- -- launch.
18 June he makes a cash deposit.
To his checking account the next meeting is 7 July.
-- same day another cash deposit to the checking account approximately a week or two later.
There was another -- and with two Bakken and that afternoon another cash costs it was as -- would always call it seems he's epiphany.
You're convinced you go to -- -- office and you see.
I -- and slam the door.
I'd say it doesn't take rocket scientist to figure this out.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- In August of 1992.
CIA analyst sandy Grimes.
Finally identifying Aldrich Ames as the trader inside the CIA I walk and slammed the door.
And I say Rick -- -- -- Russian -- My recollection -- -- sash in my office always extremely well dressed all disclose.
Lots of jewelry dirt -- -- on the door -- and said -- we -- the -- of pregnant so -- looked at me like I was nuts.
So I went through all the information.
The girl was able to run a full field investigation games.
The rest is history would say by way of an aside Washington field office did this under very difficult circumstances.
-- An exquisite.
They were afraid he was gonna leave the country so they simply -- -- coming out of his house in arrested him.
Apparently you like maybe -- -- On Capitol Hill the arrest of Ames caused pure reaction.
But in my view of the congress -- And sure well manner.
To the degree that it became almost -- War is too important to be left the generals.
And intelligence is too important to be left to despise you had people like Glickman interviewing -- in -- Made some negative comments about -- the CIA and -- it did its business.
And click on comes out so maybe -- look I asked them.
The Ames case is perhaps the most graphic and vivid example.
Of the need to make structural changes in the operational intelligence community.
-- as I understand it now is going to work represented in the movie industry.
Which is more appropriate to his talents of -- unreality and glitz.
Ames was directly responsible for -- the execution of at least ten.
Of our human assets they are the real heroes and it's there's stories that should be whom they made the ultimate sacrifice -- showed absolutely no remorse.
For the execution he showed no remorse for his actions he justified.
-- he decided it was all -- game.
-- pleaded guilty and received a life sentence be securely serving him in the alum would penitentiary in Pennsylvania.
Said look this CIA has called me -- Benedict Arnold they Sam worse than a Benedict Arnold.
The Russians consider me a hero wine countries trader is another country's hero.
It all depends on how you look at it.
And his wife Chris are you received five years I Astros REI said when did you find Everett was a -- And she demurred and said -- I never really found -- out which was total nonsense.
The FBI has -- server talking about being careful.
Don't do this wrong there's a telephone intercept where she's saying don't blow this.
You know how it is when she got out of prison she was stripped of her citizenship and thrown out of the country.
Sandy Grimes -- bird thing really caught this guy I have nothing to say to him.
It's a waste of my time and my friend case closed case closed.
We did our job.
The first Cold War may be over but the new Cold War may be just begin it.
Already -- developed his own beer.
Well -- -- -- floor and I named.
It's an actuarial.
We'll -- spies and her organization.
We'll always he's behind us.
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