The Stars & Stripes reports that Maj. Seivirak Inson was sentenced to ten years in the pound for transmitting intelligence and stuff to the Cambodian government;
Capt. Leslie Waddle, a spokeswoman for the Army’s 8th Theater Sustainment Command in Hawaii, said Inson was found guilty of those charges as well as a charge that he had unauthorized possession of a Defense Intelligence Agency intelligence report, and that he failed to report to his chain of command that he had contact with Cambodian military and government officials.
Inson was found guilty of a charge that he cheated on his wife — a criminal offense in the military — but was found not guilty of beating her, Waddle said. He also was found not guilty of the accusation that he compiled information about U.S. service members of Cambodian descent with the intent to transmit that information to the Cambodian military, she said.
Manning, Snowden and now this guy. And apparently there were always some crap in their personnel lives to indicate that they shouldn’t have access to classified information, yet there they are.
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