Navy spy gets 20 yrs. for selling secrets

Full story: Castanet.net

Sub-Lt. Jeffrey Paul Delisle is escorted by sheriffs from Nova Scotia provincial court after being sentenced to 20 years in prison, in Halifax on Friday, Feb.
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Sam

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Feb 12, 2013
 
Gord5467

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“Canadian Forces uses glue to plug enormous holes in its own security protocols putting other nations at risk”

There is no deterrent from Mr. Delisle's prosecution when the CF allows bringing DND and personal USBs into restricted and secure areas and then advised you can also use them in your home computers (standard practice in the DND at numerous bases and confirmed by an Information Officer). In addition, personnel without proper security clearance were privy to secret information and were physically able to access restricted areas without an escort (against CF policy). Also, senior officers were found to be carrying cellular phones during classified briefings and cheating on tests in 2010 with no discipline taken. Protected documents were made public against security regulations and the list goes on and on ... Its unfortunate that Mr. Delisle is the only person disciplined for this action as the opportunity remains a problem. If you leave a $100 bill in a parking lot, eventually someone will pick it up. Don't expect this to be the last incident.

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