Bickford Lecture 3

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Bickford Lecture 3 06:19 Video: Talking Points for 1980s traitors Jonathan Walker argued that he spied for the FBI Differences between 1940’s and 80’s. Aldrich Aimes: was a soviet spy working for the CIA. Social drinker who  sometimes became overly dramatic. His wife, Nancy, refused to move with him  from NYC to Mexico. He met Rosario in Mexico and divorced his wife for her.  Found himself in debt after relocating back to America. Met a Russian diplomat at  the Mayflower Hotel but the diplomat didn’t show. Aimes compromised every U.S.  human intelligence agent in the Soviet Union. Opened up two bank accounts in  Switzerland. Spent lavishly. CIA didn’t believe that there was a spy for the Soviet.  Blamed it on a bug. Edward Lee Howard: was the initial guy the CIA thought was giving up the info to  the USSR. Paul Redman was hired to find the traitor. 
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This note was uploaded on 09/04/2011 for the course CRIM C145 taught by Professor Bickford during the Spring '11 term at UC Irvine.

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