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Former CIA spy granted her wish

Mar 7, 2017 - Orlando Sentinel (Florida)

For years, Sabrina De Sousa tried persuading Italian authorities she was wrongly convicted in absentia for the 2003 kidnapping of an Egyptian terrorism suspect in Milan. From her home in Washington and now in Portugal, the former American spy lobbied for a pardon so she could visit her aging mother in India without being extradited to Italy and jailed.

On Feb. 28, shortly before Interpol authorities were due to escort her to Italy for a four-year prison sentence, De Sousa finally got what

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