Bennett, Brian; Burger, Timothy J.
October 2005
Time International (South Pacific Edition);10/17/2005, Issue 41, p10
The article presents information on spying controversies surrounding the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI). The controversy that started with the arrest and the jailing of superspy Robert Hanssen does not seem to settle down. The recent arrest of FBI's analyst Leandro Aragoncillo has raised doubts about the effectiveness of reforms introduced by FBI's new director Robert Mueller.


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