Aldrich Ames

Mark J. Hulkower, 53, a Washington white-collar defense lawyer who in his earlier career served as the Justice Department prosecutor for the espionage case of CIA turncoat Aldrich Ames, died Feb. 5 at Capital Hospice in Arlington. He had colon cancer.
 
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