Journalist David Vise discusses the case of Robert Hanssen, the former FBI agent who was a spy for the Russians for more than two decades. In his new book, he traces Hanssen’s life of espionage, how he managed to avoid detection for so long, and how he was finally discovered.

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  • David Vise reporter, Washington Post

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