In his office, the FBI found these notes, handwritten in Korean: “Do not send anything that has been revealed in the newspaper or radio. (Engage in a lot of conversation with people above [in rank], and things that we do not see in homeland.)”
The FBI said it overheard Yai telling Person L that the North Koreans “are looking for things that are not public.”
“They want about 100 or 150 reports a year,” he told her. “I finished about 160 last year.”
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