Morten Storm talked about his book, Agent Storm: My Life Inside Al Qaeda and the CIA, in which he discusses his experiences as a member of al Qaeda and his later life as a double agent employed by U.S., British, and Danish intelligence agencies. He appeared via video link at this event, held at the International Spy Museum in Washington, D.C., with his co-authors, Paul Cruickshank and Tim Lister. close
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Paul Cruikshank Analyst CNN
Peter Earnest Executive Director International Spy Museum
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