Kamm convicted of possession, distribution of secret intel

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February 6, 2011 10:27

 
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The Tel Aviv District Court on Sunday convicted Anat Kamm, who pleaded guilty to the possession and distribution of secret information without permission in the framework of her plea bargain with the state prosecution.

Kamm is expected to be transferred to a community service center following the conviction.

The state prosecutors intend to submit their view on the sentencing to the Defense Ministry's Department of Information Security regarding the documents which were in Kamm's possession.

The defense will also submit their professional opinion in regards to the documents.

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