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Why such hatred toward America's freedom of religion?
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Paul Moore
Even admirers of the late J. Edgar Hoover (count me among them) recognize that the old man stayed on duty long after wisdom dictated retirement. But despite his flaws, I suggest that it is only in the post-Hoover FBI, when his notoriously strict discipline softened, that we could see the spectacle of two agents working on Chinese counterintelligence succumbing to the sexual allures of a "source" who also was an agent of the Chinese Ministry of State Security (MSS).
As veteran agent Paul Moore explained, "China normally does not pay money for intelligence. The typical Chinese way is, you help the Chinese, they will help you to develop an export business to sell cheap salad bowls to Kmart."