Andrew Daulton Lee
Andrew Daulton Lee
Andrew Daulton Lee is an American who was convicted of espionage for his involvement in the spying activities of his childhood friend, Christopher Boyce. Lee was the adopted eldest son of Dr. Daulton Lee, a wealthy California physician.
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Elizabeth Su, Andrew Lee
NYTimes - 5 months
The couple, who work for web-based businesses in San Francisco, met at Tufts.
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This Is Holiday Season; Share Your Ancestors' Struggles With the Family
Huffington Post - about 1 year
Perhaps your tradition has been to share what you have gratitude for, be it individual or part of a bigger picture. How about switching it up and talk about the heritage of your past. No matter if you hail from Indigenous Native Americans or immigrants recent or from long ago; each person came here from someplace, at some time. Put down the phone for 10 minutes and communicate! Retelling your historical past will help others understand the current immigration issues that affect us today. My family story was repeated what seemed like ad nauseam, yet it wasn't until recently while attending a genealogy course at Norwalk Community College, http://www.ncc.commnet.edu/ in Norwalk CT. I got the genealogy bug. The well-attended "Genealogy and Computers" course, part of Lifetime Learners Institute (adults over 50 years old) researcher Janeen Bjork http://janeenslist.com/about-janeen/ walked us through the where and how to find those clues that link us to our distant past. Beware; you mi ...
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Saving Net Neutrality
Huffington Post - about 2 years
Co-authored by Theodore Andrew Lee We live in an age where we have become dependent on the Internet. Most people check the Internet before going to bed and in the morning. Whether it is to see their emails, check the weather, read the news or just search for their latest interest, we have come to rely on the Internet and to have the same expectations of reliable service as they do for our gas, water, and electricity. How did we come to this point and what are the challenges that exist because of this reliance on the Internet, which has replaced our newspapers, bookstores, our telephones, and has almost come to replace our television? At this point of high dependency, there is much debate about net neutrality and Internet Service Providers (ISPs). If we think back to the beginning, the Internet was founded on the principle of non-discrimination - that all content would be accessible despite the source or ownership and that every Internet service should do its best to satisfy i ...
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TODDLER DEATH: Davia James Guilty of 2nd-Degree Murder and Child Abuse
Banning-Beaumont Patch - over 4 years
A woman who stood by while her boyfriend fatally beat her 2-year-old son and then tried to cover for him when they were both arrested was convicted today of second-degree murder and child abuse. A Riverside jury deliberated a little over three days before finding Davia Damanique James guilty in the Nov. 11, 2011, death of her son, Robert Voorhees. James faces 20 years to life in prison when she's sentenced by Riverside County Superior Court Judge Bernard Schwartz on Nov. 2. Her boyfriend, 24-year-old Andrew Lee Payne, is expected to be sentenced the same day to 25 years to life behind bars. The defendants had separate juries because different witnesses were called to testify against them. "I'm happy both juries took their time and took this case seriously, giving a fair trial to both sides," Deputy District Attorney Kevin Beecham told City News Service. Last week, a jury convicted Payne of second-degree murder and assault on a child resulting in great bodily injury fo ...
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No Verdict in Davia James Trial
Banning-Beaumont Patch - over 4 years
No verdict was reached today in the trial of a Banning woman accused of standing by while her boyfriend fatally beat her 2-year-old son, then trying to cover for him when investigators arrested them both. Jurors weighing the fate of Davia Damanique James, 23, will resume deliberations in the case on Tuesday morning, in what will be their third day behind closed doors. James faces 15 years to life in prison if convicted of second-degree murder and child endangerment in the Nov. 11, 2011, death of Robert Voorhees. A separate jury last week convicted Andrew Lee Payne, 24, of second- degree murder and assault on a child resulting in great bodily injury for beating the tot to the point of inflicting catastrophic internal injuries. Riverside County Superior Court Judge Bernard Schwartz is expected to sentence Payne to 25 years to life in prison on Nov. 2. Deputy District Attorney Kevin Beecham described little Robert's death as "horrific,'' telling jurors that the ch ...
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Deliberations Resume in James' Child Death Case
Banning-Beaumont Patch - over 4 years
Jury deliberations are slated to resume today in the trial of a Banning woman accused of standing by while her boyfriend fatally beat her 2-year-old son, then trying to cover for him when investigators arrested them both. Davia Damanique James, 23, could face 15 years to life in prison if convicted in the Nov. 11, 2011, death of Robert Voorhees. A separate jury last week convicted Andrew Lee Payne, 24, of second- degree murder and assault on a child resulting in great bodily injury for beating Robert to the point of inflicting catastrophic internal injuries. Riverside County Superior Court Judge Bernard Schwartz is expected to sentence Payne to 25 years to life in prison on Nov. 2. James is charged with second-degree murder and child endangerment. Deputy District Attorney Kevin Beecham described little Robert's death as "horrific,'' telling jurors that the child was hit repeatedly in the kidneys and suffered a "fractured spine, a collapsed lung, cerebral edema a ...
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Alan Dee’s pick of next week’s TV
The Bucks Herald - over 4 years
SATURDAY Primeval (ITV1, 5.30pm) This is the penultimate helping of season five, and co-creator Adrian Hodges has saved the best for last. It remains to be seen whether series six will eventually emerge after next week’s finale, but whatever happens to the ITV1 saga, you can bet that good old T-Rex and company will be terrorising new generations of kids long after we’ve all turned into ancient wrecks ourselves. There’s a fine cast including Ciaran McMenamin, Andrew-Lee Potts, Hannah Spearritt, Ben Mansfield, Ben Miller and Alexander Siddig but the real stars of the show are those CGI dinosaurs. Sunday Big Dance 2012 (Channel 4, 4.30pm) Behind-the-scenes coverage of an ambitious event led by choreographer Wayne McGregor as he pulls together 35 troupes – around 1,000 performers – to carry out an epic 40-minute work in Trafalgar Square in what is a unique and memorable addition to the London 2012 Festival. Preparations went on for several months, and the final performance itself ...
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Oldest U.S. Federal Judge, Robert Kelleher, Dies at 99
JD Journal - over 4 years
  It was announced earlier this week that Senior US District Judge Robert J. Kelleher, who was the oldest serving federal judge in the United States, passed away at the age of 99 on Wednesday at his home in Los Angeles. The announcement was made by Chief Judge Audrey B. Collins, from the Central District of California. Judge Collins called Judge Kelleher “a great judge and a dear friend. Judge Kelleher contributed to the life and history of the court and continued to handle cases well into his 90s,” she said.   One of the most prominent cases Judge Kelleher presided over during his time on the bench was the espionage trial for Christopher Bryce and Andrew Daulton Lee in the 1970s. The book and the movie ‘The Falcon and the Snowman,’ were based on the case. The defendants in the case were childhood friends who came from excellent homes. They were convicted of conspiring to sell classified information to the Soviet Union.   Born in New York City, Judge Kelleher graduated from ...
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Oldest serving federal judge, appointed by Nixon, dies at 99
Fox News - over 4 years
Senior U.S. District Judge Robert J. Kelleher, the oldest serving federal judge in the nation and once an important figure in U.S. tennis, has died at the age of 99 in his Los Angeles home. Announcement of Kelleher's death Wednesday came from Chief Judge Audrey B. Collins of the Central District of California who called him "a great judge and a dear friend." "Judge Kelleher contributed to the life and history of the court and continued to handle cases well into his 90s," she said. Among key cases he presided over was the late 1970s espionage trial of Christopher Boyce and Andrew Daulton Lee. The case became the basis for a book and movie, "The Falcon and the Snowman." The defendants, childhood pals from good homes, were convicted of conspiring to sell classified secrets to the Soviet Union. Kelleher, born in New York City, was a graduate of Williams College and Harvard Law School. He was appointed to the federal bench by President Richard M. Nixon in 1970. Kelleher was a ...
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Martial arts master's neo-Nazi past surfaces
Broadcast Newsroom - almost 5 years
GOLD HILL, Ore. (AP) ' The master of a karate studio in southern Oregon says he has left the violence and hatred of his neo-Nazi past behind, and just wants to be a positive influence in the lives of young people. But Gold Hill City Councilor Christine Alford is not convinced, and wants people to know who Andrew Lee Patterson is. Patterson was convict.....
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Avon High School 10th Grade Honor Roll
Avon Patch - almost 5 years
Congratulations to these Avon High School students: HIGH HONOR Brian Baker, Suji Baskar, Sara Boehm, Jessica Cash, Mallory Deel, John DeMarco, Hannah DeSmit, John Dickson, Lauren Donat, Hyrum Eddington, Arianna Fine, Roman Finocchiaro, Margaret Fragapane, Scott Garner, Cali Gilles, Natalie Goforth, Julie Gravelle, Claire Gray, Sarah Hinchcliffe, Henry Jani, Timothy Kandiko, Mario Knezevic, Martin Koelsch, Monica Lapp, Kelsey Lawler, Ashtyn Murphy, Kellie O'Keefe, Jasmin Ortiz, Austin Proudfit, Dana Pusterhofer, Emily J Rogers, Stavroula Soulas, Nicholas Stamatis, Shaun Traine, Siri Yalamanchili, Ellen Zuercher  HONOR Zayd Albakri, Almonther AlFadil, Lillian Alten, Kayla Austin, Joonyoung Bang, Sarah Berkheimer, Joshua Bernard, Anthony Boddy, Domonic Bodnar, Haley Boudler, Nicholas Bourque, Frances Bozak, Samuel Brady, Alayna Bridgett, Amanda Bunge, Emily Busher Betancourt, Alyssa Cain, John Cameron, Erin Cannon, Eronne Chambers, Cydney Clark, Lidija Cowell, Erin Crotty, Jacob ...
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Pingree Teacher Named Klingenstein Fellow
Hamilton-Wenham Patch - almost 5 years
A history teacher at Pingree School has been chosen from a competitive field of independent school teachers to participate in the Summer Institute for Early Career Teachers as a Klingenstein Fellow in June 2012. For two weeks, Andrew Lee will attend with 75 other young educators from throughout the United States who are also interested in independent school leadership. The institute is run by Teacher's College of Columbia University and held at Lawrenceville Academy in Lawrenceville, N.J. "I hope to meet really engaged teachers with a passion for helping students in all walks of private school life," explains Lee. "In addition, I hope to engage with some of the best master teachers in the country around concepts of school leadership and training." Lee, a graduate of Phillips Andover, earned a Bachelor's degree in International Relations from Brown University and a Master of Arts in Teaching degree from Boston University. Born in Canada, but raised in Hong Kong before coming to ...
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GOOD FOR THE SOUL: CHAPLAIN CONNECTS FAMILIES WITH UNITED THROUGH READING'S MILITARY PROGRAM
The Cypress Times - almost 5 years
By Joseph Andrew Lee His mission was to care for the souls, the minds and the families of soldiers assigned to Task Force Talon, 2nd Battalion, 8th Infantry Regiment, during their deployment to Afghanistan. Army Chaplain, Capt. Paul Roman, a combat veteran, knew exactly how to accomplish that mission. Before his unit left last summer he would introduce his soldiers to a program he himself used and found invaluable during his first deployment—United Through Reading’s Military Program. The USO partners with United Through Reading® to keep our men and women in uniform connected with their children during long tours of duty overseas.
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USO2GO SENDS WARM FEELINGS OF THE SEASON TO OUR TROOPS
The Cypress Times - about 5 years
By Joseph Andrew Lee There are no neighborhoods of twinkling red and green lights, no fragrant pine wreaths or sparkling metallic tinsel strung along the roads of Afghanistan to remind our troops of the holidays. Just dust. “My guys out here sometimes feel like they are forgotten,” said Army SFC Thomas Murphy, assigned to a remote platoon outpost deep within Kandahar Province. “They go on eight-,10-hour patrols everyday and never get days off. We see the same group of locals every day. The recent improvements, [hot water, gravel to subdue the dust and a modified outdoor sanitation system] while well-received, are unfortunately a far cry from what our soldiers know as the comforts of home.”
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Linda Jacobson has served as President of Fulda Area Credit Union since 1988 ... - Fulda Free Press
Google News - over 5 years
The Supervisory Committee was Andrew Lee Holtrop, Lloyd Pals and Cleone Ramerth. To read the rest of this article - pick up a copy of this weeks Fulda Free Press or read it on line. To subscriptions to online edition of the Fulda Free Press click on
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Earnest Andrew Lee - Arizona Silver Belt
Google News - over 5 years
Earnest Andrew Lee of Chandler, Ariz. passed away on Sept. 14, 2011. He was born in 1921 in Seymour, Texas. He moved to Arizona in 1940 and went to work at the copper mines in the Globe-Miami area. Mr. Lee served in the US Army during World War II with
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Andrew Daulton Lee
    FORTIES
  • 1998
    Age 46
    Lee was released on parole in 1998.
    More Details Hide Details Kathryn Mills, an activist who had worked towards earning Lee parole, turned her attention towards the release of Boyce following Lee's freedom and eventually married Boyce. At some point after his release, Lee was hired by Sean Penn to be Penn's personal assistant.
  • THIRTIES
  • 1985
    Age 33
    Lee was portrayed by actor Sean Penn in director John Schlesinger's 1985 movie The Falcon and the Snowman, based on the book of the same name by Robert Lindsey.
    More Details Hide Details Lee's drug-dealing earned him the nickname "The Snowman," while Boyce's interest in falconry won him his own sobriquet. Boyce was played in the film by actor Timothy Hutton.
  • TWENTIES
  • 1980
    Age 28
    When Boyce escaped from prison in 1980, Lee was immediately remanded to another facility in Marion, Illinois, a move that caused the end of their friendship.
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  • 1976
    Age 24
    In December 1976 Lee (with top secret microfilm in his possession) was arrested by Mexican police in front of the Soviet embassy on the misplaced suspicion of having killed a Mexico City police officer.
    More Details Hide Details Under torture he confessed instead to espionage, quickly implicating Boyce in the scheme. Lee was returned to the United States, where he was convicted of espionage. He was sentenced to life in prison and moved to the federal penitentiary in Lompoc, California. Boyce received a sentence of 40 years. Lee's heavier sentence for the same offense was likely due to his prior criminal record and admitted drug trafficking. While imprisoned, Lee lost access to drugs and had no choice but to sober up from his drug addictions. After a period of withdrawal, Lee ended his drug dependency.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1952
    Age 0
    Born in 1952.
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