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Remembering Wen Ho Lee

June 11, 2006

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THERE WAS an unsatisfying coda the other day to the mournful story of Wen Ho Lee, the scientist at Los Alamos who was unjustly accused of atomic espionage by the government seven years ago and maligned by journalists leaning on sources who should not have been trusted. The most disturbing aspects of Lee's persecution were hardly addressed in the settlement ... (Full article: 464 words)

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