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By David Keene
Conference showed that the values Reagan cherished still endure
Topic - Brian J. Kelley
"It's one thing to beat me up, come down hostile on me," Mr. Kelley said in the interview several years ago. "My family was another matter. What the FBI did to my family - the threats, the outright lies, and the intimidation - was inexcusable."
While working in the CIA's classified counterintelligence office, Mr. Kelley figured out a still-classified method used by Moscow to clandestinely communicate with deep-cover agents called "illegals."