FBI director William Webster speaks about communist countries and their intelligence gathering techniques.
United States USA Date:1986 Duration:4 min 28 sec Sound:Yes
FBI director William Webster gives a speech on television in United States. A globe on a table in the background. A map on a wall in the background. Books on a table nearby. A flag near the chair on which Webster is sitting. He talks about the hostile intelligence threat and the Soviet Socialist Republics. He talks about the cover roles of the diplomats, trade representatives, students and the journalists. Intelligence Officers work in many parts of the country like New York, San Francisco. He also informs that one of the every three diplomats from the communist countries being Intelligence Officers. They recruit the Americans, take personal interests in them and take out countries secrets from them. He appeals people to work together so that the country gets rid of these officers.
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