Ex-CIA Consultant Convicted On 4 Foreign-Aid Counts

By Cara Salvatore (June 8, 2018, 10:36 PM EDT) -- A Virginia federal jury convicted a former Central Intelligence Agency case officer of espionage on Friday for passing documents to a People's Republic of China-linked agent in exchange for money, according to a federal prosecutor's office.

Former CIA case officer Kevin P. Mallory, who left government service in 2012 to run his own consultancy, GlobalEx LLC, took meetings in China in the spring of 2017 in which he was given large cash payments and a covert communications device by an agent, and was instructed to transmit documents after getting back to the U.S., according to an indictment. Mallory eventually transmitted three...

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