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Eric O'Neill

Eric Michael O'Neill (born March 3, 1973) is an American former FBI counter-terrorism and counterintelligence operative. He worked and was entitled as an Investigative Specialist with the Special Surveillance Group (SSG) and played a major role in the arrest, conviction, and life imprisonment of FBI agent Robert Hanssen for spying on behalf of the Soviet Union and the Russian Federation. He is a public speaker and security expert who currently lectures internationally about espionage and national security, cybersecurity, fraud, corporate diligence and defense, hacking, pursuing dreams and surviving Hollywood.

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Eric O'Neill reveals some information about how he uncovered Robert Hanssen's case of espionage. Even though he lied to a professional liar, O'Neill must have had to deal with some difficult cognitive dissonance to perform this heroic feat.

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Eric O'Neill talks about the movie portrayal of his aid in the arrest of spy Agent Robert Hanssen.

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