FBI Reform

Guests: Ronald Kessler Former Reporter, The Wall Street Journal and The Washington Post Author, The FBI: Inside the World's Most Powerful Law Enforcement Agency (Pocket Books, 1994) Barbara Bradley NPR's Justice Department Correspondent Harry "Skip" Brandon Deputy Assistant Director, FBI Intelligence Division Last week, a veteran FBI agent was arrested on charges of spying for Russia. Now efforts are underway to spy on the spies or at least more closely monitor FBI agents. This could mean more frequent polygraphs for employees and limiting their access to highly classified information. But will this prevent future double agents? And what about America's trust in the agency?

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