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Biography of Robert Hanssen- Spy by David Wise

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on 4 June 2010

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Transcript of Biography of Robert Hanssen- Spy by David Wise

Robert Hanssen Spy- David Wise Diplomas Robert Hanssen received a MBA in Accounting from Northwestern University and a degree in chemistry from Knox College
Family Robert Hanssen married Bonnie Wauck. They had six children; three boys and three girls. They lived at 9414 Talisman Dr. Vienna, VA
Religion Robert Hanssen was very religious. When he married, he converted to become Roman Catholic and became a member of the controversial group Opus Dei
Interests Robert Hanssen had always had a knack for technology. He was always up-to-date on the latest software. He even managed to hack the FBI’s security system.
Friends Robert Hanssen was very antisocial, but he did have a few good friends. His best friend since high school was Jack Hoschouer. Hanssen cheated on his wife with Priscilla Sue Galey. She was an exotic dancer in DC. All the others are friends from the FBI.
Spying Career Robert Hanssen began spying for the Soviet Union in 1979 until he was arrested in 2001. He sent the Soviet Union over 6,000 pages of highly classified documents. In return he made over $1.4 million in cash and diamonds.
The End of a Career Robert Philip Hanssen was finally arrested after 22 years of spying on February 18th, 2001 at 4:34 PM at Foxstone Park in Vienna FBI Arrest Video Bibliography Wise, David. Spy. New York: Random, 2002. N. pag. Print.
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