US State Department Diplomat Gets 40 Months In Prison For Selling Secrets To Chinese Agents

The Department of State building in Washington. Photo: AFP

Newsweek: U.S. Diplomat Who Conspired With Chinese Agents Sentenced to Three Years in Prison

A State Department employee has been jailed for three years after accepting tens of thousands of dollars in bribes from Chinese agents trying to access internal documents.

Candace Marie Claiborne was sentenced to 40 months behind bars, three years of supervised release and a fine of $40,000 for conspiracy to defraud the United States, a Department of Justice press release explained.

The DOJ said Claiborne lied to law enforcement officials and background check investigators to hide her “extensive contacts with, and gifts from” Chinese agents. In return, she provided them with State Department documents on a range of topics, including economics and visits by dignitaries between the two countries.


WNU Editor: She got-off light.

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