The New York Times reports that CIA traitor Harold Nicholson, convicted and imprisoned in 1997, has continued to pass secrets to Russia from behind bars. Apparently he used his son as a go-between. This man was a CIA station chief who chose to betray his country for money. Why is he still alive?
Here you have a guy who was an important CIA officer. He deliberately became a spy for another country. He escapes execution and doesn't even get sentenced to life in prison. Instead of just serving out his time, he tries every method possible to contact the Russians. When other efforts fail, he recruits his own son from behind bars. Nicholson is an unrepentant traitor who found a way to continue selling out the U.S. from his jail cell. What does he have to do to get himself executed?