June 20, 2015 You'd think spying on the Russians would require some training, but Naveed Jamali had none. "Probably some Magnum P.I. episodes and a few movies here and there," he says. "That was about it."
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May 9, 2012 Many stories have called him a double agent. That doesn't seem to be correct. He was, at least, an agent. But mole might be the best word for what he was.
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