Photo courtesy of the Cold War Museum
In 1975, the United States Federal Government was sued after the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) recovered a sunken Soviet submarine.
The Cold War Museum will host a virtual presentation explaining this patent infringement case involving the operation. The lawsuit had very limited media coverage, according to a release from the Cold War Museum.
Senior Vice President and General Counsel at Personalized Media Communications Tom Scott, will attempt to demonstrate the balance between transparency and confidentiality when it comes to issues in national security. Scott, a practicing attorney for almost 50 years, represented the government in. He will provide details about this case and explain its impact on the CIA that lasts to this day.
The event will be held on February 27 from 2 to 3:30p.m. Tickets are required for the event, which is being held virtually. The $20 tickets can be bought through eventbrite, and all funds go toward the Cold War Museum.
If anyone would like to attend but cannot, due to a conflict such as scheduling or distance, they may buy a ticket as an attendee would, then email Jason Hall at firstname.lastname@example.org for a link to the recorded presentation.
The Cold War Museum is a non-profit that provides education regarding the political climate of the period between World War II and the collapse of the Soviet Union. The museum is dedicated to preserving the history of the global impact that conflicting ideologies have.
For more information about the Cold War Museum, please visit their website, or call 703-283-4124.
This article is written by Contributing Writer Lily Brown.
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