Spy Story The FBI announced today that it has arrested a civilian Navy intelligence analyst for allegedly giving classified information to South Korea. Robert Kim, a U.S. citizen who was born in South Korea, worked for the Office of Naval Intelligence. He is accused of gathering top-secret documents through his computer this year and passing them to an attache with the South Korean Embassy in Washington. NPR's Martha Raddatz reports.
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The FBI announced today that it has arrested a civilian Navy intelligence analyst for allegedly giving classified information to South Korea. Robert Kim, a U.S. citizen who was born in South Korea, worked for the Office of Naval Intelligence. He is accused of gathering top-secret documents through his computer this year and passing them to an attache with the South Korean Embassy in Washington. NPR's Martha Raddatz reports.