Aldrich Ames

December 1994
People;12/26/94, Vol. 42 Issue 26, p87
Features Aldrich Ames, voted one of `People' magazine's twenty-five most intriguing people of 1994. How this Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) agent became a Russian spy and traitor to the United States; Highlights of the astonishing case; Personal life.


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