Blau convicted of possessing classified documents

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July 24, 2012 10:42

 
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Uri Blau, the Haaretz journalist who used stolen classified IDF documents in reports accusing the army of defying a High Court ruling against targeted killings, pleaded guilty on Tuesday to the charge of possessing classified information without intent to harm state security.

The Tel Aviv District Court convicted Blau of the charge of aggravated espionage (possession of classified information.)


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