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Crime History: Conviction in 'Falcon and Snowman' spy case

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On this day, April 28, in 1977, Christopher Boyce was convicted for selling secrets to the Russians in a case made into the movie "The Falcon and the Snowman," starring Timothy Hudson and Sean Pean. Boyce's father, a ex-FBI agent, got him a job at a California company that operated America's spy satellites. Boyce and his childhood chum Andrew Lee started selling secrets to Soviet officials in...

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