Former high-ranking US official who spied for Cuba released after 20 years
After pleading guilty to spying for Cuba in 2002, a former high-ranking U.S. official was released from prison Friday. Ana Belen Montes started spying for Havana in the 1980s.
She admitted that she revealed the identities of four undercover U.S. agents in Cuba to Havana as well as other classified information, including U.S. surveillance of Cuban weapons.
Montes, an American, is believed to have been recruited by Havana while she was working at the Justice Department’s Freedom of Information Office where she started at in 1979 and sought a job at DIA so she’d be in a better position to share secrets.
Havana would send Montes coded messages while she was working as a Cuba analyst starting in 1985 that she would translate on an encoder.
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