A Different Kind of Career: Under Cover in the CIA - Jim Olson
Date: March 7, 2019, 7:30 PM
Location: Senate Chamber, Old Capitol Museum
Imagine living a lie for 31 years. That’s what James Olson and his wife Meredith did while spying for the CIA. Spying for his country was the furthest thing from his mind when Olson, a farm boy from Iowa, received a mysterious phone call that changed his life forever. In his lecture, Olson takes you inside the real world of being a CIA spy. Olson explains how the global war on terror affects everyone and that the country needs to know that the United States will be hit again within its borders. The United States needs spies to protect the country and its vital interests.
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