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"Despite imprisonment, convicted spy Harold Nicholson was able to profit from his previous acts of espionage by continuing to collect money from the Russian Federation through his son, Nathaniel James Nicholson," said Executive Assistant Director Arthur M. Cummings, II, of the FBI National Security Division.

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Harold James Nicholson. ... Nicholson's son, Nathaniel, ... He is accused of passing classified information on Soviet and Warsaw Pact military capabilities from 1969-1994. Allegedly, he received ...

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How a CIA traitor turned his son into a Russian spy

The story of Maguire's top-secret operation (told for the first time in my book "The Spy's Son"), provides a rare portal into the persistent spy wars between Moscow and Washington.

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Loyalist Units at the Outbreak of War. Colonel Christopher Billopp. The following is the muster roll of Colonel Christopher Billopp's Staten Island Militia. Quite a number of these men came from Elizabeth and Perth Amboy, but were credited to Staten Island: Colonel Christopher Billopp's Battalion of Staten Island Militia. —.

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Alfred Osborn Pope Nicholson (31 August 1808 – 23 March 1876), U.S. senator from Tennessee. Member of Columbia Lodge No. 31, Columbia, Tennessee. James Nicholson (1737 – 2 September 1804), officer in the Continental Navy during the American Revolutionary War. Made a Mason in Lodge No. 7, Kent County, Maryland, on 19 June 1778.

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Harold James Nicholson. ... Nicholson's son, Nathaniel, ... He is accused of passing classified information on Soviet and Warsaw Pact military capabilities from 1969-1994. Allegedly, he received ...

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Harold James Nicholson, 59, appeared before U.S. District Judge Anna J. Brown and pleaded guilty to the crimes of conspiracy to act as an agent of a foreign government and conspiracy to commit ...

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In twelve short weeks, Nicholson had trained his son in the art of spycraft. On October 13, 2006, Nathan drove ten hours south through the night to San Francisco, stopping at a rest area to shave ...

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Nathan Nicholson follows his father into the spy game. Profile Twice a turncoat, Jim Nicholson sold U.S. secrets to the Russians, then used his son as a courier.

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Harold James Nicholson, 58 years old, used his 24-year-old son, Nathaniel, to restart contacts with Russian spies in Mexico, Peru and Cyprus, according to an indictment against father and son filed in U.S. District Court in Portland, Ore. Both father and son were arraigned Thursday on charges of money laundering and acting as agents of a ...

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02/02/09. Harold James Nicholson. In a spy case eerily reminiscent of one from more than two decades ago, a federal indictment was unsealed January 29 charging a father and son with conspiracy against the United States. Harold J. Nicholson—a former CIA employee—and his 24-year-old son Nathaniel were charged in Portland, Oregon with two ...

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Peter Rafael Dzibinski Debbins is an American convicted spy for Russia and a former military officer in the U.S. Army's Special Forces.In August 2020, he was arrested and charged with conspiracy to provide classified defense information to Russian intelligence services.Debbins pleaded guilty in federal court to one count of conspiracy to commit espionage on November …

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"Harold James "Jim" Nicholson, a 58-year-old native Oregonian convicted in 1997 of selling classified information to the Russian Federation, is now accused of using his son to collect the debts. His son, Nathaniel James Nicholson of Eugene, a 24-year-old disabled Army veteran, is accused of traveling the globe to collect.

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In 2011, the former CIA officer was once again charged with conspiracy to act as an agent of a foreign government and conspiracy to commit money laundering. Nicholson recruited his youngest son, Nathaniel to collect approximately $47,000 from Russian officials in Mexico, Peru, and Cyprus for his father's previous spy work.

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6/8/1776, a 2nd Lieutenant under Capt. Nathaniel Keais. Promoted to Captain in early 1777. Allen, John: New Bern District Minutemen: 1775: 1780: 9/9/1775, a 2nd Lieutenant under Capt. Reading Blount and Col. Richard Caswell.

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Jim Nicholson is the only CIA officer to be nabbed twice betraying his country, and the only one ever caught in a spy-versus-spy operation inside the agency's headquarters. Associated Press ...

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Harold James Nicholson. ... Nicholson's son, Nathaniel, ... He is accused of passing classified information on Soviet and Warsaw Pact military capabilities from 1969-1994. Allegedly, he received ...

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Taking command of the lauded 173rd Airborne Brigade Combat Team in 2008 seemed like the latest stop in Col. James H. Johnson III's rise to the top. The son of a retired lieutenant general ...

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: Nathaniel James "Nathan" Nicholson, 26, is the youngest of Jim's three children. He was 12 when Jim was arrested for espionage in 1996. Nathan hoped to match his father's exemplary military ...

Top 10 Cases Of Espionage Against The US - Toptenz.net

5. Harold James Nicholson (1997) The Nicholson case brought glaring attention to the deficiencies in the hiring and vetting practices of the CIA that allowed for such highly placed moles. By all accounts, Nicholson had a stellar career with the CIA. He joined the agency in 1980 after a stint in the US Army.

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Samuel Thomas "Sam" Wilson is a former United States Air Force pararescue airman who wielded an experimental military wingsuit, operating under the callsign Falcon. After his wing-man Riley was killed in action, Wilson decided to leave active duty, instead choosing to help other veterans suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder. At this time, Wilson had met Steve …

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Ex-spy's son avoids prison after turning on dad. ... and Nathan said he rarely saw his father but soaked up his stories about Harold Nicholson's own …

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Harold James "Jim" Nicholson, a 58-year-old native Oregonian convicted in 1997 of selling classified information to the Russian Federation, is now accused of using his son to collect the debts ...