Spy Who Traded American Secrets to Russians Dies in Prison
The man involved in one of the most famous spy cases in American history has died. Robert Hanssen, a former FBI agent is believed to have died of natural causes in his Florice, Colorado, prison cell. He was serving a life sentence without parole since 2002. Hanssen was paid in more than $1 million in cash, diamonds and watches in exchange for sharing information about American Intelligence. He pleaded guilty to 15 counts of espionage.