TITLE

Russia Captures 'CIA Spy'

AUTHOR(S)
Investor's Business Daily
PUB. DATE
May 2013
SOURCE
Investors Business Daily;5/15/2013, pA01
SOURCE TYPE
Newspaper
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
5 Russia's security service, the FSB, claimed it caught a CIA agent, identified as a U.S. Embassy employee named Ryan Christopher Fogle, as he allegedly tried to recruit a Russian intelligence officer. It said Fogle had weapons, disguises and an RFID shield. Also captured was a letter in Russian offering as much as $1 million a year for supplying information to the U.S. Fogle was released to U.S. officials and ordered expelled from Russia. The U.S. Embassy had no comment.
ACCESSION #
87595483

 

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