"To his neighbors, Robert Hanssen was a devout dad. TO his FBI colleagues, he could be controlling and moralistic. To the Russians, he was 'B' and 'Ramon' - a long-term mole in the American government." Newsweek takes an exclusive look at the what some have called 'one of the most damaging cases of espionage in U.S. history,' and the man behind it. The article follows Hanssen's rise through the ranks of the FBI and his eventual turn as a Russian double-agent of the KGB/SVR. Details Hanssen's methods of intelligence gathering while in the FBI and his collaboration with the Russians.
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