What happened to Robert Hanssen?

His espionage was described by the Department of Justice as “possibly the worst intelligence disaster in U.S. history.” Hanssen is currently serving 15 consecutive life sentences without parole at ADX Florence, a federal supermax prison near Florence, Colorado.

How was Hanssen discovered?

The FBI put Hanssen under surveillance in late 2000, and on February 18, 2001, he was arrested at a park in Vienna, Virginia, after making a drop of classified documents in a plastic garbage bag for the Russians. Nearby, FBI agents discovered a bag with $50,000 in cash, intended as Hanssen’s payment.

How old is Robert Philip Hanssen?

77 years (April 18, 1944)
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What happened to Aldrich Ames wife?

CONVICTED SPY’S WIFE SENTENCED TO 63 MONTHS FOR ASSISTING HIM. Rosario Ames, wife of CIA turncoat Aldrich Ames, was sentenced Friday to five years and three months in federal prison for her part in her husband’s $2 million, nine-year career selling U.S. secrets to Soviet and Russian espionage agencies.

What was the greatest security breach in US history?

On January 2, 1942, 33 members of the Duquesne Spy Ring, the largest espionage ring conviction in the history of the United States, were sentenced to serve a total of over 300 years in prison.

Why do FBI agents wear sunglasses?

Why do agents seem to always wear sunglasses? Secret Service agents sometimes wear sunglasses to keep the sun out of their eyes, so they can increase their ability to see what people in the crowd are doing.

Can FBI agents drink alcohol?

All federal government agencies have strict drug-free workplace policies and the FBI is no different. But the policy against drug use doesn’t address alcohol use. That said, the FBI probably won’t tolerate excessive drinking within its ranks because of the problems that can arise.

What is the biggest hack in history?

August 15: The most valuable company in the world Saudi Aramco is crippled by a cyber warfare attack for months by malware called Shamoon. Considered the biggest hack in history in terms of cost and destructiveness .