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"The former owner and chief executive [Alexander Fishenko] of a Houston electronics firm on Wednesday admitted to being a Russian agent and illegally exporting sensitive microelectronics to Russia from Texas ... [The parts were shipped] to Russia through intermediaries in Finland, Canada and Germany." - Nicole Hong, The Wall Street Journal, September 9, 2015. Here is the article.
All that adds up to 19 criminal charges. Federal sentencing guidelines recommend between 12.5 and 16 years. Now, 49 years old, Fiskenko would still have a lot of life ahead of him. What will he do then? Born in the Soviet Union, he became a naturalized U.S. citizen.
Will he "get religion" in the joint and spend his time after doing time helping the U.S. government catch other spies? With that possible, will someone be assigned to off him in prison?
Baby Boomers, since we grew up in the Cold War, find this fascinating. It's what propaganda B-movies taught us to be on the look-out for. Those Russian spies could be the friendly neighbors next door with the dog and children who attended Catholic schools. We were to keep our ears open for any code language or secret signals.
No wonder with so much fear-mongering during the 1950s, members of my generation were suckers for the American brand of Freudian psychoanalysis. For three years, several times a week I
dug deep into my unconscious with earnest therapist David W. Harderat the prestigious University of Michigan Medical Center. Of course, it didn't help tame the terror about what those spies next door could do to our parents to extract information regarding their employers.
If another Cold War is freezing into place, I hope the public relations folks in government leave the children out of it.