Marti Peterson was the first female CIA operative to be assigned to Moscow, probably the most challenging posting during the Cold War.
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This second episode turns to TRIGON, the code name for Alexandr Ogorodnik. He was an official in the Soviet Embassy in Bogota, Columbia recruited by the CIA in 1973. Marti and TRIGON never met in person, but they shared information through dead drops and intelligence. We hear about the tradecraft involved.
Marti is arrested by KGB agents and taken to Moscow’s Lubyanka Prison for questioning and talks in detail about that experience.
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