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10 Dec 2019 6:57 p.m. PST
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Tango01 Supporting Member of TMP10 Dec 2019 3:02 p.m. PST

…America during Cold War.

"The historians of the Central Intelligence agency have identified a fourth man who betrayed the United States at the tail end of World War II, passing on atomic secrets to the Communists in the Soviet Union.

American electrical engineer Oscar Seborer now joins David Greenglass, Klaus Fuchs and Theodore Hall in the ranks of traitors who spied for the Red menace at the Los Alamos Laboratories, where the atom bomb was perfected…"
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Thresher01 Supporting Member of TMP10 Dec 2019 8:36 p.m. PST

Interesting it took so long to release that info.

Barin111 Dec 2019 12:34 a.m. PST

I was always wondering about definition of spy, intelligence asset, traitor and hero…it all depends from which side you're looking at history.

Legion 411 Dec 2019 7:33 a.m. PST

"in the eyes of the beholder" …

Tango01 Supporting Member of TMP11 Dec 2019 11:34 a.m. PST



Virginia Tory12 Dec 2019 10:17 a.m. PST

An American giving stuff to the Soviets is indeed a traitor.

Legion 412 Dec 2019 3:25 p.m. PST

Sounds like to me !

Zephyr112 Dec 2019 10:19 p.m. PST

Keep digging through those files; I'm sure there were more…

Thresher01 Supporting Member of TMP12 Dec 2019 11:57 p.m. PST

A pity they weren't dealt with the old fashioned way, in a highly publicized manner, as an example to others that might consider doing the same in the present, or future.

I suspect that might have deterred at least a few, and is 100% effective at curing recidivism, for any lucky enough to get out of prison early due to overcrowding, or those soft on criminals who want to pardon them.

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