The Canadian Press

2013-02-08 | Navy Spy Case

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Canadian naval intelligence officer Sub-lieutenant Jeffrey Paul Delisle (duh-LYLE') was sentenced to 20 years in prison, minus time already served, for breach of trust for selling secrets to Russia. He pleaded guilty in 2012. He was also ordered to pay a fine of nearly 112-thousand dollars. Crown attorney Lyne Decarie said outside court that Judge Patrick Curran's decision was based largely on deterrence. (A few days later, Delisle was stripped of his commission, his service decorations and kicked out of the military. He had pleaded guilty to two charges under the Security of Information Act, making him the first person to be tried and convicted under the legislation.)

Date: 2013-02-08
Placeline: HALIFAX, Nova Scotia.
Source: The Canadian Press
Length: 14 seconds

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