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Jonathan Turley has a new cause. The George Washington University law professor is best known for reaching ubiquitous talking-head status during the Lewinsky era. He also has pursued a civil case attempting to force the government to reveal the secrets behind the so-called Area 51 Air Force base in Nevada. Now he has agreed to serve as defense counsel, pro bono, in the case of Daniel King, a Navy petty officer accused of selling classified information to Russia. Turley declined to go into specifics about the matter — or King’s defense — but said, “There are many outrageous aspects about this case, but they have nothing to do with any espionage charge. We look forward to disclosing the true facts in this case and are confident Mr. King will be vindicated.” King, an 18-year veteran of the Navy, could face the death penalty or a life sentence in prison if convicted.

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