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For operatives' children, parents' lives are state secrets

Children of early CIA recruits are realizing that decades of intriguing mystery does not end after their loved ones die.

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Children of dead CIA officers try to learn about their work
Article | John F. Sullivan had always wondered about his mother, Leonor E. "Lee" Sullivan, a CIA secretary and translator who died in December at 70, and especially about the strange telephones in their Reston home in the late 1970s and '80s. The Spy Phones, as the family called them, looked like ordinary ...

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