Canadian naval officer who spied for Russia, sue Secret

Canada has banned publication of the judgment against the officer naval Jeffrey Delilah, which was accused of spying for the Russian Federation. The trial of four decades of war, taken in the act first in 2012, began in the old days. Unnamed source, close to the investigation, reported that the volume of classified disk imaging, which gave Moscow spy, completely can be compared to the full archive of Wikileaks. This is reported by "Utro.ru."

According to the "Wall Street Journal", the materials that are declassified DeLisle, in the main concerned of the "Five Eyes" — an agreement concluded between the intelligence services of Canada, England, USA, of New Zealand, and Australia.

According to the "Wall Street Journal", Canadian bureaucrats are trying to prevent a scandal and a very trusted, that the incident will not prevent the upcoming collaboration with zabugornom intelligence agencies. However, as shown source of the U.S. government is very concerned about data leakage whitewashed house.

As reported by this source, Not so long ago, first of March, of New Zealand was held in the meeting of the "Five Eyes", launched just a spy scandal in Canada. Scouts discussed the actions that can prevent such leakage in the upcoming.

Recall that Jeffrey DeLisle was charged with violation of Canadian law on information security. DeLisle was a second lieutenant in the Navy and a member of the special services. He produced work based on the Trinity, which is the "heart" of intelligence and naval communications operations center in Halifax.

The investigation has put forward the theory that DeLisle since July 2007 passed the hidden information Russian special services. Now the officer threatens to 5 years imprisonment to indefinite detention.

Following the arrest of Delilah from Canada were sent four employees of the Russian Embassy. Went to his native shores attache Konstantin Kolpakov and assistant military attache Colonel Dmitry Fedorchatenko. He is, according to the former head of the Canadian Intelligence O'Brien worked for the GRU. Among the Russians expelled two more: the technical staff of the Steklov Tatiana and Mikhail Nikiforov.

A little later in Russia went two more Russian embassy employee and representative offices. But Canada has made a declaration that the shipment is not related to the spy scandal.

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