CIA reveals the identity of a 4th spy who betrayed America during Cold War
The historians of the Central Intelligence agency have identified a fourth man who betrayed the United States at the tail end of World War II, passing on atomic secrets to the Communists in the Soviet Union.
American electrical engineer Oscar Seborer now joins David Greenglass, Klaus Fuchs and Theodore Hall in the ranks of traitors who spied for the Red menace at the Los Alamos Laboratories, where the atom bomb was perfected.
The information was released following examination of recently declassified information from both the US and Russia.
Fearing he would eventually be found out, Seborer fled to the Soviet Union in the 1950s, and did not return to the US for several decades.
Seborer died at the age of 93 in 2015.
According to the Daily Mail, the CIA predicts more information will be released with further declassification of documents.
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