Ex-Pentagon Official Who Spied For Cuba Released From Prison After Two Decades

UNITED STATES - JULY 3: Aerial view of the Pentagon on July 3, 2022. (Bill Clark/CQ-Roll Call, Inc via Getty Images)

At a glance

  • The Associated Press wrote that court records showed Montes leaked documents that revealed details about U.S. surveillance of Cuban weapons.
  • According to Reuters, Ricardo Urbina, the sentencing judge, ruled Montes had put U.S. citizens and the “nation as a whole” at risk.
  • Urbino noted on her release from prison that Montes should be placed under supervision for five years, monitored Internet access, and banned from working with governments and contacting foreign agents without permission.

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