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>> A six-year top secret mole hunt may finally be over, after the FBI arrested an ex-CIA officer charged with keeping highly classified information that may have helped China dismantle America's spy network in the country. Jerry Chun Shing Lee, a US citizen, was arrested Monday night at JFK airport after flying in from Hong Kong.
He is suspected of betraying US informants in China, dozens of whom were killed or imprisoned by the Chinese government in one of the worst intelligence breaches in decades. The FBI kept a close watch on Lee after agents discovered two small books in his hotel room that contained the real names and numbers of spy recruits, and covert CIA employees.
53-year-old Lee made his first court appearance on Tuesday before a Federal Judge in Brooklyn. He is being held without bail while awaiting a transfer to Virginia.