ESPIONAGE: Stealing the Company Store

The case, said one U.S. intelligence expert, reaffirmed an old axiom in espionage: "Don't go after the bosses—go after the file clerks." Last week Christopher Boyce, 24, was found guilty in a Los Angeles courtroom on eight counts of spying for the Soviet Union. He could be sentenced to as long as life in prison. No sooner was Boyce's trial finished than the same judge and the same Government attorneys began taking part in a similar case against Andrew Daulton Lee, 25. The Government charges that the two men—boyhood friends—had worked together to give the Soviets a...

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