Espionage: Unmasking America's Spies

Unmasking America's Spies

The seven-page study was published in a plain white paper cover. In this modest package, the Department of Defense reported last week that its lie- detector program had uncovered 22 security risks over the past three years. Eleven of the subjects admitted that they had spied for foreign governments. , Four others said that relatives or close associates were engaged in such activities. Some of those who took the random examinations were applying for Government jobs, some held Government posts. Most of those tested had been cleared for sensitive security access through normal checks. In one chilling incident, a U.S. citizen...

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