Robert Toth: L.A. Times Reporter Targeted By the KGB

From a Washington Post obit by Bob Drogin headlined “Robert Toth, L.A. Times reporter targeted by KGB, dies at 93”:

Robert C. Toth, a Washington reporter and foreign correspondent for the Los Angeles Times who garnered his own headline when he was arrested in Moscow during the Cold War and grilled at a KGB prison about his contacts with Jewish dissidents in the Soviet Union, died at his home in Chevy Chase, Md.

The cause was complications from heart disease, said his son-in-law Craig Whitlock, a Washington Post reporter.