A federal judge in Atlanta has imposed a one-year prison sentence on a former Drug Enforcement Agency analyst charged with stealing government information and leaking it to a London newspaper. In a case that U.S. Attorney William S. Duffey Jr. says establishes a significant precedent, federal prosecutors assigned a media market price to the leaked information high enough to ensure a felony charge.
DEA Employee Gets Prison Term for Leaking to Reporter
January 15, 2003
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