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The Nation

December 27, 1985

The classified transcripts allegedly delivered to the Soviet Union by spy suspect Randy Miles Jeffries came from a congressional hearing that included discussion of U.S. nuclear war fighting plans, operating areas of Trident submarines in the Pacific Ocean and the vulnerability of U.S. computer and telephone systems to Soviet eavesdropping, the Washington Post reported, citing a declassified version of the session. Jeffries told an FBI undercover agent posing as a Soviet representative that he had given the Soviets at least 13 "sample" pages of the hearing transcript, which was classified top secret, an FBI agent testified Tuesday.

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