- Making News: Former FBI Agent Indicted for Sharing National Secrets
Former FBI agent James Smith has been indicted in a case that sounds just like a spy novel. The charges stem from his relationship with an alleged double-agent for China. Called -Parlor Maid- by the FBI, she allegedly had simultaneous affairs with Smith and another FBI agent. Andy Murr, who reports from Los Angeles for Newsweek magazine, says yesterday-s six-count indictment could result in a 40-year prison sentence for Smith.
- Reporter's Notebook: White House Refusal to Release September 11 Information
Florida Republican Porter Goss, a retired CIA officer with close ties to the Bush White House, co-chaired a 10-month House Intelligence Committee investigation into the background of September 11. Now, Goss is frustrated that the administration is delaying the release of his findings. Is it a case national security or potential embarrassment? Frank Davies is reporting the story from Washington for the Miami Herald.
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