May 17th, 2013
09:46 PM ET

Russia outs alleged CIA station chief in Moscow

In the past week, we have seen alleged spy, Ryan Fogle, detained and kicked out of Russia amid accusations he was spying for the CIA.

Russia calls 'spy' case provocation, but Boston fallout could be factor

Now, Russia's Federal Security Service, which is the successor to the Soviet era's KGB, has outed the CIA's bureau chief in Moscow.

The breach of protocol raises concerns about America's top spy agency.

Outfront tonight:  Bob Baer is a former CIA operative and station chief.

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