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'''Christopher John Boyce'''(born February 16, 1953) was convicted of spying for the [[KGB]] against the U.S.  He worked for a U.S. military contractor in California.  He was arrested in January of 1977 along with his accomplice Daulton Lee, a drug dealer, for passing spy satellite information to the [[Soviet Union]].   
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'''Christopher John Boyce''' (born February 16, 1953) was convicted of spying for the [[KGB]] against the U.S.  He worked for a U.S. military contractor in California.  He was arrested in January of 1977 along with his accomplice Daulton Lee, a drug dealer, for passing spy satellite information to the [[Soviet Union]].   
  
In 1979 a fictionalized account of the incident was written, ''The Falcon and the Snowman'' and later put to film starring [[Sean Penn]] and [[Timothy Hutton]].[http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0087231/]
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In 1979 a fictionalized account of the incident was written, ''The Falcon and the Snowman,'' and later put to film starring [[Sean Penn]] and [[Timothy Hutton]].[http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0087231/]
 
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Revision as of 02:32, January 21, 2010

Christopher John Boyce (born February 16, 1953) was convicted of spying for the KGB against the U.S. He worked for a U.S. military contractor in California. He was arrested in January of 1977 along with his accomplice Daulton Lee, a drug dealer, for passing spy satellite information to the Soviet Union.

In 1979 a fictionalized account of the incident was written, The Falcon and the Snowman, and later put to film starring Sean Penn and Timothy Hutton.[1]