Ex-N.S.A. Worker Accused of Stealing Trove of Secrets Offers to Plead Guilty
A veteran cybersecurity specialist for the National Security Agency and other intelligence organizations, accused of taking thousands of secret documents home over two decades, has decided to plead guilty later this month to a single charge that could carry a 10-year sentence. But under the terms laid out by prosecutors, the intelligence contractor, Harold T. Martin III, would have no guarantee that the government will drop 19 additional felony charges.
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#1 Jan 3, 2018
So taking home Classified information IS a crime? Was there intent? Hmmm. Hmmm.
#2 Jan 3, 2018
Perhaps known, literal hoarders should not get security clearances...unless they're given bungalow type residences on the work site to indulge their compulsion without harming NSA secrecy oaths.
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