• Corpus ID: 128136082

MEMORANDUM FOR: THE RECORD

@inproceedings{Mecum2008MEMORANDUMFT,
  title={MEMORANDUM FOR: THE RECORD},
  author={Doug Mecum},
  year={2008}
}
BACKGROUND: Mr. Sarshar is an Iranian emigre in his mid-sixties. He stated he was forced to retire from the FBI (in November 2002) after a two-and-a-half year OPR investi ation in which he w . . on-FBI people. Mr. Sarshar Le~x~p~r~es~s~e~s~a~e~s~s~an~~e~s~p~a~lr~·~a~t~e~a~~e~e~n~p~u~s~e~o~u~t~o~th~e~FmB~Ir~~o~rreasonshe could not understand and he described his difficulties in finding new employment because of the fact that his clearance would have been revoked ifhe had stayed at the Bureau. He… 
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