David L. Charney, MD, a practicing clinical psychiatrist in Alexandria, VA, was asked to serve as a consultant on the defense team of three insider spies arrested for espionage against the US. This unprecedented, long-term access to these spies provided him with a unique opportunity to understand the inner workings of the minds of insider spies. This article introduces his surprising findings. . . . … Read Article
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What it’s REALLY like to be a spy
Learn about the ten life stages the insider spy goes through and the real truth about spying--it's not a glamorous lifestyle. Once a person starts, the initial euphoria wears off quickly and they find themselves trapped with an exhausting 'second' job where any minute they may get caught. The … Read More
"I am utterly amazed to find this espionage related website that accurately describes the true experiences of the spy. Reading the stages actually made me tremble as I recalled my own entry into the world of espionage and the inevitable consequences."
--Jens Karney (aka Jeffrey M. Carney) former US Air Force Intelligence Specialist and spy for the GDR's Ministry of State Security (MfS)