A Convenient Spy : Wen Ho Lee and the Politics of Nuclear Espionage
Journeys behind the scenes to provide a close-up look at the untold story behind the bungled nuclear espionage case, offering a vivid portrait of nuclear scientist Wen Ho Lee, the secret intelligence competition between the U.S. and Chinese, and the implications of the case for the development of modern nuclear weaponry and Sino-U.S. relations. 50,000 first
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No espionage case in recent decades has been anything like the Wen Ho Lee affair. As Dan Stober and Ian Hoffman describe in A Convenient Spy, an astonishingly inept investigation of a crime that may never have occurred ended in a national disgrace. A weapons-code scientist at Los Alamos National Laboratory, Lee was hunted as a spy for China, indicted on fifty-nine counts, and held in detention for nine months as a threat to the entire nation. But after pleading guilty to just one count, he went home -- with an unusual and emotional apology from a federal judge. Prosecutors'
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