Feb 27, 2020

Jeffrey Sterling convicted; his accomplice remains free | Power Line

Jeffrey Sterling, a former Central Intelligence Agency officer, was convicted of espionage today. He was charged with telling a journalist about a secret operation to disrupt Iran’s nuclear program. The journalist was James Risen of the New York Times. Scott has written extensively about this case, focusing on Risen's disclosure of Sterling's secrets and the government's unwillingness to require...

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