Cia/Fbi Linda talks with Walter Pincus, who covers national security issues for the Washington Post. They discuss the case of Earl Pitts, who was charged yesterday with espionage. Pitts is accused of selling state secrets to Russia for 224 thousand dollars. Pincus talks about the kinds of information Pitts might have been able to sell concerning the FBI's counterintelligence measures, and what damage this might have caused to national security.
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Linda talks with Walter Pincus, who covers national security issues for the Washington Post. They discuss the case of Earl Pitts, who was charged yesterday with espionage. Pitts is accused of selling state secrets to Russia for 224 thousand dollars. Pincus talks about the kinds of information Pitts might have been able to sell concerning the FBI's counterintelligence measures, and what damage this might have caused to national security.