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Feds seek 4-year-plus sentence for FBI agent in leak case
Federal prosecutors are seeking a sentence of more than four years in prison for a former FBI agent who admitted disclosing classified terrorist-profiling guidelines to the media, but the agent's defense lawyers argue he should get no prison time at all. Ex-agent Terry Albury is set to be sentenced in Minneapolis later this month after pleading guilty in April to two felony charges: illegal transmission of national security information and illegal retention of such data. The 16-year bureau veteran admitted sending information to the online news outlet "The Intercept" about the FBI's procedures for handling sources in terrorism investigations, but he contended that his disclosure was an act of conscience prompted by deep concerns about the bureau's interactions with minority communities.
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