Wednesday, November 26, 2003 - nation/world - nation/world: "A former British intelligence worker has been charged in Great Britain with violating state secrecy laws, in connection with the alleged leak of a National Security Agency memo calling for intensified spying on United Nations envoys in the run-up to the Iraq war.

Katharine Teresa Gun, 29, a translator at the British code-breaking agency who was arrested days after a London newspaper published the memo in March, was charged Thursday with one count of breaching her country's Official Secrets Act, said Alan Crockford, a spokesman for Scotland Yard. "

From the previous link. I remember this one happening in real time. Gave us a quick peek behind the curtain. And for only 2 years in prison.

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