The Spy's Son
Bryan Denson talked about his book, The Spy’s Son: The True Story of the Highest-Ranking CIA Officer Ever Convicted of Espionage and the Son He Trained to Spy for Russia, about Jim Nicholson, the highest ranking CIA officer ever convicted of espionage. Mr. Nicholson was caught and convicted of spying for Russia in the late 1990s. While in prison in Oregon in 2006, he recruited his 22-year-old son to deliver messages to a Russian spy in an effort to get money he was owed by the Russians. close
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Bryan Denson Investigative Reporter Oregonian, The
Peter Earnest Executive Director International Spy Museum
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