The Washington Examiner: Terry Albury, a former FBI agent in Minnesota, was indicted earlier this year for violating the Espionage Act. He pled guilty to the charges in April, and this week was sentenced to four years in prison. Albury is the second leaker to be found guilty of the same charges. In August, former NSA contractor Reality Winner, was found guilty of for leaking classified information and sentenced to five years in prison.
Excerpt from The Washington Examiner:
Albury pleaded guilty in April to two counts of violating the Espionage Act in what his attorneys called “an act of conscience.” He is believed to have sent The Intercept documents that included a guide to informant recruitment and rules for seizing journalist records. He spoke before he was sentenced and apologized to his former colleagues, independent journalist Joseph Sabroski reported on Twitter. Albury was allegedly motivated by discrimination as the only black agent in Minneapolis.