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Former C.I.A. Officer Is the First to Face Prison for a Classified Leak

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On Jan. 25, Mr. Kiriakou is scheduled to be sentenced to 30 months in prison as part of a plea deal in which he admitted violating the Intelligence Identities Protection Act by e-mailing the name of a covert C.I.A. officer to a freelance reporter, who did not publish it. In more than six decades of fraught interaction between the agency and the news media, John Kiriakou is the first current or former C.I.A. officer to be convicted of disclosing classified information to a reporter.

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If we believe the article, published by the highly... by Richard Pietrasz on Saturday, Jan 5, 2013 at 4:44:48 PM