Spying for Taiwan

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In September 2004, the State Department's top expert on China was arrested by FBI agents and accused of passing documents to Taiwanese intelligence officials. This week, Donald Keyser admitted to keeping more than 3,000 classified documents in his home, and concealing his relationship with a female Taiwanese agent.


Jerry Markon, Washington Post reporter



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