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A Closer Look (Spy Scandal) #726505

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Apr 20, 2003
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(Studio: Terry Moran) The emerging sex scandal at the FBI that may have wide-ranging repercussions for national security introduced.

(Washington: Pierre Thomas) ABCNews exclusive story on the FBI sex scandal involving FBI chief James Smith, who had an affair with Katrina Leung, who appears to have been a double agent working for the US & China, presented; courtroom sketches by Bill Robles shown. [April 9, FBI director Robert MUELLER†- says it is a sad day for the FBI.] [April 9, US attorney Debra YANG†- testifies about Smith's long-term sexual relationship with Leung, who copied documents carried by Smith.] The FBI's re-examination of a list of China spy cases, including Los Alamos nuclear laboratory, the '96 presidential election & missile technology, outlined on screen.

Moran, Terry;
Thomas, Pierre

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